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Two GFSI approved schemes are recognized worldwide and particularly popular in Europe are IFS Food Standard and BRC Global Standard for Food Safety.
ISO 9001 Certification began in the western hemisphere during the latter stages of the twentieth century to maintain quality management standards.
The HACCP System is a systematic and preventative food and pharmaceutical safety approach, which identifies the different hazards in the food production process.
ISO 22000 is a certification standard for food safety management systems which is appropriate regardless of the step in the food chain.
The FSSC 22000 scheme sets out the requirements for certification bodies to develop, implement and operate a certification scheme.
The SQF Code is a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked Food Safety Management System standard which is recognized worldwide.
The SQF Code is a HACCP Based Supplier Assurance Code for the Food Industry is a GFSI benchmarked standard recognized for a wide range of industry scopes.
BRC Certification is the most popular food safety certification worldwide. The two main BRC Standards are GFSI Approved Standards.
This standard is intended for use in any organization regardless of size, type or product including service. It provides Quality Management System requirements.
An ISO 9001 audit checklist is a useful tool in assessing compliance with the ISO 9001 standard. There are 5 sections that should be covered by the checklist.