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#1 Hannah_D

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Posted 04 August 2015 - 08:07 AM

Hi All

 

 

Please can someone give me some guidance on what is considered a 'high risk food'?

We slice fresh produce (no washing process or additives).

 

Thanks 

 

 


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Posted 04 August 2015 - 01:12 PM

Hi All

 

 

Please can someone give me some guidance on what is considered a 'high risk food'?

We slice fresh produce (no washing process or additives).

 

Thanks 

 

Hi Hannah,

 

Opinions vary somewhat with location and criteria. And maybe FS Standard.

 

Here are 3 Australian comments, the last one being the most technical.

 

I presume yr product is RTE/chilled storage. Sounds like high risk (or in some systems - High care)  unless SQF categorises in its own sweet way. What does the Guidance say ?

 

http://www.betterhea...w_to_prevent_it

 

https://www.foodsafe...food-poisoning/

 

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Charles.C






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