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ISO 22000 Certification

For Food Manufacturers

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Prove your ability to control food safety hazards with ISO 22000 certification, an International Standard for food safety management that is applicable to all organization in the food chain, from farm to fork. The standard provides robust food safety management requirements for growers, food manufacturers and other entities across the human food and animal feed supply chains. Certification to ISO 22000 provides assurance that your organization can control food safety hazards and supply safe food to consumers.

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A leader in third party certification for more than three decades, SCS is well-positioned to address your food safety certification needs every step of the way. Our dedicated professional staff will offer you the needed insight into ISO 22000 certification process with fast and reliable service.​

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The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) developed the Food Safety Management System Certification: ISO 22000. ISO and its member countries used the Quality Management System approach, and tailored it to apply to Food Safety, incorporating the widely used and proven HACCP principles and Good Manufacturing Principles (addressed by the pre-requisite program in ISO 22000).

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Non conformances are based on minor, major and critical.

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