Published: 07 January 2015
Author: The British Retail Consortium
Publisher: The British Retail Consortium
The risk of food being contaminated with a foreign body can be minimised if you consider all the potential sources and introduce suitable risk management controls.
HACCP processes will help in the control of glass and plastic foreign bodies. But unlike metal objects, glass is not detectable using normal monitoring techniques, such as a metal detector. Therefore it’s necessary to develop a specific control programme.
These short guides are designed to help you interpret the Standard, and design robust systems and procedures that meet the requirements. Examples are given to explain the types of documents and procedures and the level of detail typically required.