I didn’t expect to get ill the last time I ordered food via UberEats.
Was it because of the rib eye steak? How the cook prepared it? Or how the steak was transported to the restaurant from the producer?
I don’t know.
No matter your role in the food supply chain – whether you’re a primary producer, a storage operator, or a subcontractor to a food outlet – a food safety management system is necessary. Otherwise, you’re exposing people to illnesses that could potentially be life-threatening. Even if the illness is fleeting, the long-term result of a consumer’s sickness will result in your brand being tarnished.
Luckily, ISO 22000 can help you create and sustain a solid food safety management system.
In this post, I’ll discuss what ISO 22000 is in more detail, its requirements, its benefits, and why food safety management systems are just so important. Plus, I’ll explain how Process Street can help you gain ISO 22000 certification!
Read through the following sections to get clued up:
- What is ISO 22000?
- The importance of a food safety management system
- ISO 22000 requirements
- The benefits of ISO 22000
- Use Process Street to gain ISO 22000 certification!
Hungry to learn more?
It’s time to dig in! 🍽