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#1 asamples

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Posted 17 July 2019 - 07:35 PM

Hi everyone.

 

We're currently module 2,11 and quality at my facility. We are a packaging company and also made food products as well.

We do have a few customers that we resell ingredients and products to, such as salt sugar, gloves, etc. 

 

We're discussing becoming a certified GFSI distributor, if it's worth it and also wondering the changes we would need to implement.

 

Could anyone tell me what this process is like? We're wondering if it will be worth it to our company or if we should just drop that portion of our business.

 

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Posted 17 July 2019 - 08:02 PM

You would add storage and distribution with the accompanied module 12 requirements and the Separate FSC # to your scope.

Is it worth it? That part is up to you and what your customers want.


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