Still looking for help on this. If I am receiving the product frozen and am not the manufacturer I am assuming my CCP would be temp control at receiving , storage and distribution.
It appears you are also seeking help here - http://www.ifsqn.com...dpost__p__60710
Are you intending to request certification to any particular standard ? This may relate to some required details, eg CCPs
. Same comment with respect to any local statutory requirements.
Assuming a generic "traditional" HACCP
plan the (CCP) results will typically depend on yr own hazard analysis / flow chart.
If you consider from the results of the (BCPA) analysis that there are no significant hazards in yr flow chart, then zero CCPs
I am assuming that you are not carrying out any re-packing / labelling type activities.
I have experience with receiving / storing // manufacturing / storing frozen goods (but not distribution) and the reception / storage functions for frozen raw input materials are all controlled by PRPs. Distribution would hopefully be similar ?
I know there are a few older threads here on yr type of situation for non-frozen goods which, from memory, discussed the acceptability of a zero-CCP option. Unfortunately I'm not sure where they are located, probably random, eg maybe with respect to BRC storage/distribution standard, maybe in Storage and Logistics Forum, but I'm only guessing.
Rgds / Charles.C