I have a query regarding considering the antibiotic testing of milk in dairy. How can it qualify as CCP when all Dairy does is checking milk for the presence of antibiotic. If present the load is rejected. There is nothing that a dairy can control at their end to resolve the issue other then rejecting a load. I assume it's an CCP for a farmer not for Dairy. Any help in would be greatly appreciated.
It likely depends on yr implemented FS Standard/yr HACCP system.
For example you can find it as a (Receiving) CCP in some Traditional Codex-based schemes. Hazard = receiving contaminated milk which will then continue through to the consumer. Control measure = to reject if not in compliance at reception. > Significant Risk (Sev. x Likhood).
In contrast, It could be within the scope of PRPs in iso22002-1 for fssc22000.
I have also seen examples of your opinion but this would likely reflect back onto the relevant Supplier Approval/monitoring program.