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#1 JohnP

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 09:38 AM

Good morning world!

I thought I would let you know about a new Food Safety Approval scheme for small local suppliers in UK. It is called SALSA - an acronym for Safe and Local Supplier Approval.

I am a mentor on this scheme. Full details can be seen at www.salsafood.co.uk.

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 09:11 PM

Good morning world!

I thought I would let you know about a new Food Safety Approval scheme for small local suppliers in UK. It is called SALSA - an acronym for Safe and Local Supplier Approval.

I am a mentor on this scheme. Full details can be seen at www.salsafood.co.uk.

John P

Hi John. Salsa - hmm not very local sounding (couldn't resist). :smile: Where did the idea for the scheme come from John and what kind of food businesswould this be applicable to/

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Posted 26 November 2007 - 02:52 PM

Simon,

its a BRC spin off designed for very small business's, essentially its a scaled down BRC for those company's who want to win business by ensuring their quality of product but who don't neccessarily need the level of accreditation that BRC offers. I think there is a link via local authority web sites. (also notable that one of the guys organising it was once a high ranking official within the BRC.)
I have a friend with a very small Turkey cooking plant in Doncaster, only employs six people and I recommended this scheme to him.


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Posted 26 November 2007 - 08:55 PM

Simon,

its a BRC spin off designed for very small business's, essentially its a scaled down BRC for those company's who want to win business by ensuring their quality of product but who don't neccessarily need the level of accreditation that BRC offers. I think there is a link via local authority web sites. (also notable that one of the guys organising it was once a high ranking official within the BRC.)
I have a friend with a very small Turkey cooking plant in Doncaster, only employs six people and I recommended this scheme to him.

Thanks for the 'heads up' Jarve. I guess you're all fixed up for your Christmas Dinner this year. ;)

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