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#26 Tony-C

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:28 PM

No you can't recall more than 100% of the batch of ingredient but if it's an ingredient your not going to recall that ingredient you have to recall all of the product it made.  That's why when I wrote up my explanation I said we had to trace the affected ingredient to all of the product it made.

 

I think we are just talking different angles of the same thing Tony.  We are both not wrong :happydance:

 

Hi I'm a Mr-E,

 

The forums are about opinion and debate which is healthy and I do like a good debate :sleazy:

 

Assuming we are talking about Mock Recall and a Traceability Exercise?:

 

In terms of FSSC 22000 specific requirements there shouldn't be a problem.

 

The difference is possibly that I am used to applying more stringent measures to a recall and traceability procedure and the acceptable results.

 

Best practice (which ISO 22000 requires) is a proper mass balance so hopefully members don't think that finding 114% of the ingredient is acceptable in a recall when in reality it should not be more than 100% unless it has been under dosed. Recalling 114% of the finished product isn't a problem.

 

As your post is titled Mock Recall/Traceability Exercise I assume that you wanted to achieve both, maybe your posts cover the first part adequately but not the second?

 

I look forward to your response!

 

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Tony


Edited by Tony-C, 29 May 2014 - 06:29 PM.

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#27 Snookie

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 08:46 PM

Hi I'm a Mr-E,

 

...The difference is possibly that I am used to applying more stringent measures to a recall and traceability procedure and the acceptable results.

 

Best practice (which ISO 22000 requires) is a proper mass balance so hopefully members don't think that finding 114% of the ingredient is acceptable in a recall when in reality it should not be more than 100% unless it has been under dosed. Recalling 114% of the finished product isn't a problem....

 

 

 

Good point.  It is easy to confuse the two issues. 


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