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Posted 21 September 2023 - 04:41 PM

In need of ideas on what to include in product testing risk assessment

 

Thanks in advance  for your replies.

 

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Posted 21 September 2023 - 04:46 PM

what's your product.....



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Posted 21 September 2023 - 05:54 PM

Fresh cut produce: Carrots, diced green/yellow onions; diced cabbage; diced potatoes; etc...



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Posted 22 September 2023 - 11:32 AM

Food Defect Levels Handbook | FDA

 

This will list the action levels for different raw materials. 



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Posted 22 September 2023 - 02:24 PM

Oops!

I forgot to add the fact this micro testing for RTE finished products.

Thank you all.

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Posted 23 September 2023 - 03:33 AM

Oops!

I forgot to add the fact this micro testing for RTE finished products.

Thank you all.

Jean-C.

Hi Jean,

 

Does not cover "testing frequency" per se but can see file com2 in this link -

 

https://www.ifsqn.co...al/#entry127998

 

(getting a bit old, 2010, so revisions maybe exist although afaik the UK source data is still current)

 

PS - For in-house labs, the most effective, logistically feasible, sampling size IMEX is via the nmMc route although IMO this can only, at best, be described as semi-quantitative. (and likely statistically semi-meaningless for some zero tolerant pathogens).


Kind Regards,

 

Charles.C




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