Looks like you're looking at 188.8.131.52 iii
Instead of listing individual products, list the the product type, or general process. The SQF guidance has a section that says :
The main criteria are to ensure that the manual conforms to the requirements of the SQF Code that are relevant for that industry sector and site, and that it is readily useable by the staff located at the site. It therefore is to be brief and concise and be available in a form and language that meets the access needs, language and literacy levels of the operating staff.
The code gives you a list of processes to choose from, so for example, if you're food sector 17, you'd be making confectionery, and you would list your products as "cream filled snack cakes", not "snoballs, twinkies, and ho-hos". But you do want to list any important processing steps (for example, "packaging cream filled snack cakes" or "baking and packing and distribution of snack cakes") and refer to your food code sector.
As for every product not going through the metal detector..it's a separate issue, but it might be a serious one. You'll want to correct that right away if it's the CCP in your HACCP plan.
Edited by magenta_majors, 12 February 2015 - 11:41 AM.