In ISO 22000:2018 there is a new definition on CCP:
- step in the process at which control measure is applied to prevent or reduce a significant food safety hazard to an acceptable level and defined critical limit and measurement enable the application of correction.
An FSSC auditor I talked to meant that this means that a sieve to prevent foreign bodies in end product now is no longer a CCP, but an OPRP.
Today our critical limit is "sieve whole/sieve broken".
The new definition includes measurement (process to determine a value), which is not included in our CCP.
I guess we're not the only FSSC certified company using sieves to prevent foreign bodies. What have you other guys done? Are your sieves now an OPRP?