Storage and transportation are integral elements in the food supply chain. Growers and food processors rely on proper storage and transportation practices to ensure that their products arrive safely at the final destination and in good condition. To help storage and transportation companies meet ISO 22000, SSAFE is working with ISO in the development of a set of requirements that specify establishing, implementing and maintaining prerequisite programmes (PRPs) specifically for transport and storage in the food chain to assist in controlling food safety hazards. It will be applicable to all organizations, regardless of size or complexity, which are involved in transport and storage activities across the food supply chain, that wish to implement PRPs in such a way as to address the requirements specified in ISO 22000.
You can purchase a copy of the specification directly from ISO at https://www.iso.org/standard/73101.html
SSAFE has developed a guide to help the food industry understand what Industry 4.0 is and what it means in the context of food safety. The document recommends good practices and, through a series of case studies, helps demonstrate how food businesses along the food supply chain can best deploy Industry 4.0 to maximize the value and benefits of new technologies and strengthen food safety.
2017 was another record year for global food and drink industry acquisitions. Transactions averaged almost 14 a week; 40% more than five years ago.
To help packaging companies meet requirements in ISO 22000 (food safety management systems) as well as enable certification to a GFSI recognised scheme
The animal food, feed and ingredient industries play an important role in safeguarding food supply chains and protecting animal health.
Storage and transportation are integral elements in the food supply chain. Growers and food processors rely on proper storage and transportation practices