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#1 prembibo

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 09:31 AM

Hello, 

Any body please tell me CP, OPRP and CCPs. and flow chart. And also required HACCP Hazard identification.

 

 

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#2 FurFarmandFork

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Posted 19 September 2017 - 02:15 PM

I can't vouch as to what your customer requirements are or India requirements are, but here are some example HACCP plans for biscuits for you to use as reference materials.

 

http://www.banotradi...eet&Published=1

 

https://www.research...scuit-Plant.pdf


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 02:43 AM

I can't vouch as to what your customer requirements are or India requirements are, but here are some example HACCP plans for biscuits for you to use as reference materials.

 

http://www.banotradi...eet&Published=1

 

https://www.research...scuit-Plant.pdf

 

Hi 3F,

 

Thks for the above links but -

 

(a) I was unable to open the first one, maybe my browser is mismatched, generated a query regarding Front Page availability.

 

(b) The haccp presentation in the 2013 second link is IMO very highly flawed / unusable. A few reasons - 

 

(i) No specified hazards.

(ii) No mention allergens.

(iii) No formal risk assessment.

(iv) Inappropriate use of Decision Tree to determine CCPs.

(v) Ignoring the most obvious (albeit debatable) Process CCP.

 

It is however, IMO, a good example of the importance in understanding modern haccp methodologies before performing hazard analyses.


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 08:51 PM

Hi 3F,

 

Thks for the above links but -

 

(a) I was unable to open the first one, maybe my browser is mismatched, generated a query regarding Front Page availability.

 

(b) The haccp presentation in the 2013 second link is IMO very highly flawed / unusable. A few reasons - 

 

(i) No specified hazards.

(ii) No mention allergens.

(iii) No formal risk assessment.

(iv) Inappropriate use of Decision Tree to determine CCPs.

(v) Ignoring the most obvious (albeit debatable) Process CCP.

 

It is however, IMO, a good example of the importance in understanding modern haccp methodologies before performing hazard analyses.

Thanks for the diligence Charles. Honestly I did a quick "here let me google that for you" for the reply.  :sofa1:


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