R&D wants to introduce a new product without tamper proof packaging.
I let them know I think this is a bad idea, but is there a law/standard (FDA, SQF, BRC, AIB, ISO/FSSC) that I can refer to ? I don't have anything to support my evidence, and I was like, well, I'm sure one of the standards will have a clause about that, but I can't find a single one which requires packaging itself be tamper proof.
In the mean time,. I'm using the "tampering is a real risk and our HACCP team has identified the risk and determined that the only way to control it is with tamper proof packaging", which is flying as well as a dead fish. They want someone "official" to tell them...