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#1 EEE

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Posted 14 March 2016 - 01:15 PM

Hello!

 

I am working in a facility that produces a non-RTE snack food, however I previously worked in a RTE facility and I am only familiar with how stringent sanitation practices are/should be for an RTE facility. In my mind, I feel as though there should not be a difference in the approach whether the facility is RTE or Non-RTE. Is this incorrect though? I can't seem to find any recommendations specific to Non-RTE production environments. Can someone provide some guidance?

 

 



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Posted 14 March 2016 - 05:41 PM

Hello!

 

I am working in a facility that produces a non-RTE snack food, however I previously worked in a RTE facility and I am only familiar with how stringent sanitation practices are/should be for an RTE facility. In my mind, I feel as though there should not be a difference in the approach whether the facility is RTE or Non-RTE. Is this incorrect though? I can't seem to find any recommendations specific to Non-RTE production environments. Can someone provide some guidance?

 

Hi ahannes,

 

Based on previous US threads it is likely there are operational differences.

The differences, if any, are likely related to the specific product / process / FS Standard involved (if any) / FDA-USDA jurisdiction.

IMO not enough info. to say much more.

 

PS - Welcome to the Forum :welcome:


Kind Regards,

 

Charles.C





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