Looking at the objectives for implementing a Haccp System, is it possible to have zero CCPs in a Haccp Plan.
My answer is yes....but many would disagree with me. My logic is based on deliberately instituting intervention steps at all steps or a particular step of the process.
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Short time ago I read something regarding a legislation coming on january 2006. The article was address mainly to the official vets making inspections. If I am not mistaken I understood that It would not be neccesary to implement a HACCP system for some kind of food establisments, it would be enough for them just to follow a good hygiene practices guide.
So. As you, I think they mean that it is possible to have 0 CPP, therefore they will not demand a HACCP plan to those establisments