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#1 categ17

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Posted 23 August 2016 - 03:04 PM

Hi everyone,

 

I am trying to build a presentation in regards to what FSSC 22000 is. I am a new grad and relatively new to the food industry. I understand that FSSC 22000 is not as simple as SQF. I understand that it is built upon an ISO program and something else.

Can you tell me exactly what FSSC 22000 really is?

Also, where would I be able to find the requirements for FSSC 22000? Does it need pre-requisite programs? I know HACCP is required which we have already developed.

 

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Posted 23 August 2016 - 03:25 PM

Hi everyone,

 

I am trying to build a presentation in regards to what FSSC 22000 is. I am a new grad and relatively new to the food industry. I understand that FSSC 22000 is not as simple as SQF. I understand that it is built upon an ISO program and something else.

Can you tell me exactly what FSSC 22000 really is?

Also, where would I be able to find the requirements for FSSC 22000? Does it need pre-requisite programs? I know HACCP is required which we have already developed.

 

Thanks

 

Hi categ,

 

Basically FSSC22000 = ISO22000 + ISO22002-X ( where X= 1-4 depending on whether food, food packaging, etc is involved) + a few extras

 

An good source of info. are the IT home pages of fssc22000 and iso22000 respectively (just google)

 

and, following link, or the dozens of threads in the sub-forums for iso22000/fssc22000 here.

 

https://en.wikipedia.../wiki/ISO_22000

 

You can probably get some FS/haccp insights in this recent thread/attachments -

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...achesstandards/


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