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#1 naseem11

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 11:28 AM

I am working in powder energy drink manufacturing and packing industry. i use almond and pistasue as an allergen. I want your help for allergen assessment and their control procedure. if anyone have example for the same kindly provide me

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 11:51 AM

I am working in powder energy drink manufacturing and packing industry. i use almond and pistasue as an allergen. I want your help for allergen assessment and their control procedure. if anyone have example for the same kindly provide me

thanks.

naseem


Well, assuming almond is an allergenic ingredient, yr almond control measure will involve labelling. The details will usually be legislatory. Plus control of potential cross-contamination effects which will depend on what you are actually doing in the proximity.

"pistasue" seems unknown to Google in a food context ? :smile:

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 12:00 PM

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Posted 04 January 2013 - 06:42 PM

I am working in powder energy drink manufacturing and packing industry. i use almond and pistasue as an allergen. I want your help for allergen assessment and their control procedure. if anyone have example for the same kindly provide me

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Dear 'naseem11,
Allergen is ccp (Haccp) at mixing stage (if you are using same equipment for manufacturing allergen and non-allergen containing products (during cleaning it is ccp).Test for Allergen after cleaning.Storage of allergen products is also important visit website for allergen education-http://www.kraftqualitytraining.com.
also attaching some files for allergen.
Also VISIT allergen management topic on ifsqn food safety talk where previous posts on allergen have been communicated.
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#5 Tony-C

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 01:42 PM

Dear 'naseem11,
Allergen is ccp (Haccp) at mixing stage (if you are using same equipment for manufacturing allergen and non-allergen containing products (during cleaning it is ccp).Test for Allergen after cleaning.Storage of allergen products is also important visit website for allergen education-http://www.kraftqualitytraining.com.
also attaching some files for allergen.
Also VISIT allergen management topic on ifsqn food safety talk where previous posts on allergen have been communicated.
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Sushil


Dear Sushil,
:bop:

I'll take it as a backhanded compliment that you have posted some of our documents, albeit you seem to have ruined the format. For future reference please request our permission beforehand.

The documents you have posted are from the IFSQN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System - Food Service Edition

More appropriate procedures are available in the IFSQN Food Safety Management System Certification Packages for Food Manufacturers

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Tony

#6 SUSHIL

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 07:45 PM

Dear Sushil,
:bop:

I'll take it as a backhanded compliment that you have posted some of our documents, albeit you seem to have ruined the format. For future reference please request our permission beforehand.

The documents you have posted are from the IFSQN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System - Food Service Edition

More appropriate procedures are available in the IFSQN Food Safety Management System Certification Packages for Food Manufacturers

Regards,

Tony


Hello Mr Tony,
i have not taken the PRP documents from (The documents you have posted are from the IFSQN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System - Food Service Edition )
They available as free downloads from various shared websites on google

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sushil





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