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FSSC 22000 V 5.1 part 2.5.11 (hazard control)

Hazard Packaging Food 2.5.11 Control FSSC 22000

Best Answer Evans X., 28 April 2021 - 08:23 AM

Greetings Z,

 

I believe you are refering to a), so no it is not applicable to Food Manufacturers ©. However, your suppliers (and especially those certified with the mentioned standard) should already provide you with the MSDS and/or CoA for its intended use and the conditions under which the added functionality is achieved and the appropriate analyses were applicable.

In the end your part in this is to make sure that the packaging materials you are being provided are conforming with your set specifications and are being accompanied with the appropriate documents (be it food grade or added functionality etc) as always.

 

Regards.

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Posted 27 April 2021 - 10:39 PM

Hi, can someone please expand on section 2.5.11 of the FSSC 22000 v 5.1? Is this section applicable to Food manufacturers or to Food Packaging manufacturers? If it is applicable to food manufacturers, is it that I should supply my packaging material suppliers with specification that they must comply with for example, state that the packaging material is Food grade, tamper proof, etc.? Must it be implicitly specified? Appreciate responses. Thank you



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Posted 28 April 2021 - 08:23 AM   Best Answer

Greetings Z,

 

I believe you are refering to a), so no it is not applicable to Food Manufacturers ©. However, your suppliers (and especially those certified with the mentioned standard) should already provide you with the MSDS and/or CoA for its intended use and the conditions under which the added functionality is achieved and the appropriate analyses were applicable.

In the end your part in this is to make sure that the packaging materials you are being provided are conforming with your set specifications and are being accompanied with the appropriate documents (be it food grade or added functionality etc) as always.

 

Regards.



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Posted 29 April 2021 - 03:34 PM

Thank you Evan X.

 

Yes I was referring to section a) and your response was just as I thought. Appreciated. 







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