Hazards can occur at any stage in the food chain. As the derivative of ISO 9000 that deals directly with food safety, ISO 22000 describes the requirements for a food safety management system.
ISO 22000 has a strong consensus throughout the world and gives developing countries a source that represents what the food safety standards must be in each country, developed and developing countries alike. Such standards allow countries to have defined characteristics of what their product and service standards should meet market expectations.
Implementing ISO 22000 in an organization results in a more robust food safety management system and potential access to new market opportunities.Need this Standard
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