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#1 Jo Deakin

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 06:45 PM

Does anyone know where I can find Haccp study produced by Kraft for the packaging Industry? I have found one produced 2010 but it's not the one I am looking for.



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Posted 09 February 2013 - 07:28 AM

Dear Jo,


you can find it in the below website:
http://mdlzsupplierquality.com/

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:30 PM

Dear Jo,
you can find it in the below website:
http://mdlzsupplierquality.com/
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Dear Anie,

Thank you for the link which is useful.

I can see Kraft's description of their final, self-defined Packaging CCPs within the Supplier and external manufacturer haccp manual, dated 2010.

But I cannot see any actual examples of a HACCP Plan development as related to a manufacturing process flow chart for packaging, before or after 2010.?

Can you (or anybody) be more specific as to the location within the linked page ?

Best Rgds / Charles.C

PS - @Jo, I presume it is the sample flow chart / hazard analysis / etc you are seeking ? i recall that such Kraft documents do exist here (possibly in Draft status) but actual dates I don't remember.

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Posted 12 February 2013 - 09:30 PM

From 2005 up until May of 2012 I had Kraft as a customer. The company I worked for supplied them with pressure sensitive labels. Based on what I saw from Kraft (now Mondelez, the former snack food division of Kraft), the page link that Anie posted above appears to have the most recent standard documents provided by them to their suppliers. Charles C., I see that you are asking for "actual examples of a HACCP Plan development as related to a manufacturing process flow chart for packaging", IMEX with Kraft they would not provide detailed samples at that level, they would give the general guidance in the documents you see on that page & they would expect the suppliers the produce the detailed info, flow charts, etc.. that related to their specific production process.
Hope that helps clarify.
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Posted 12 February 2013 - 09:57 PM

From 2005 up until May of 2012 I had Kraft as a customer. The company I worked for supplied them with pressure sensitive labels. Based on what I saw from Kraft (now Mondelez, the former snack food division of Kraft), the page link that Anie posted above appears to have the most recent standard documents provided by them to their suppliers. Charles C., I see that you are asking for "actual examples of a HACCP Plan development as related to a manufacturing process flow chart for packaging", IMEX with Kraft they would not provide detailed samples at that level, they would give the general guidance in the documents you see on that page & they would expect the suppliers the produce the detailed info, flow charts, etc.. that related to their specific production process.
Hope that helps clarify.
Rich W.


Dear Rich W,

Thks for input.

I daresay you are correct as far as final documents are concerned.

Yr comments prompted me to do a little searching. :smile: The document i was probably remembering is here (there may be others more recent) -

http://www.ifsqn.com...indpost&p=28313

Sadly the document is dated 2004 and clearly a draft presentation. Not my area but looks quite nice nonetheless. Kraft's current avowed philosophy (in one of the pages of their supplier manual) to use PRPs to the utmost extent possible is rather questionable though IMO.

Rgds / Charles.C

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