The world-famous ISO 22000 standard defines food safety management systems issued by the International Organization for Standardization. The standard applies to all organizations in the food chain.
Today, due to growing consumer awareness and amending national food legislation on producing “healthier and safer food,” old-fashioned approaches to food processing and consumer presentations have changed significantly, and food safety has become the most important item on the social agenda. days in recent years.
Food safety is a concept that is used in the sense that food is prepared for its intended use and does not harm consumers when consumed. In a broader sense, it is a scientific systematic cycle that determines the processing, preparation, storage and final consumption of food products in such a way as to prevent biological, physical and chemical agents that cause foodborne illness. Safe food refers to food products that are prepared for consumption, while maintaining quality that prevents spoilage and contamination.
The world-famous ISO 22000 standard defines food safety management systems issued by the International Organization for Standardization. The standard applies to all organizations in the food chain. Food manufacturers, food packaging manufacturers, food stores, logistics companies, food service manufacturers, hotels, restaurants, food sterilization companies and animal feed manufacturers can be certified in accordance with ISO 22000.
In today's highly globalized world, risks to suppliers are increasing, and as a result of the fact that the level of food security varies from country to country, managing these risks is becoming more and more difficult.
For all these reasons, having an accurate food safety system and testing it in a reliable global organization and, more importantly, helping to manage food safety throughout the supply chain will protect consumers and your brands.
There are many food safety standards today, and choosing the right program can be difficult. SZUTEST Ukraine provides services that enable you to maintain reliable tracking systems in accordance with HACCP and ISO 22000 standards.
ADVANTAGES OF THE ISO 22000: 2005 SYSTEM:
Increases consumer confidence.
Reduces the frequency of recall due to food safety factors such as death, illness, etc.
Increases employee motivation.
Increases brand value.