Traceability procedure

applies to used , , end , , and rework i.e. and disapproval. This also applies to products used for and possible test products.

Legislation traceability

According to the General , it is required for each foodstuff ' to be traceable. This traceability is described in Guidance on the implementation of articles 11,12,16,17,18,19 and 20 of regulation (EC) N0 178/2002 on general law (see annex). In the Guidance (Article 18) it is stated that the must know which delivers / has delivered what raw materials, including quantity and delivery days.

The company must also know which received what product and how much.

Standards requirements traceability

Besides the required traceability from the General Food Law, we conform to the from the certified standards.

The actual operation of this system is described in the tracing test report. The full tracing can be complete in 4 hours.

iMIS Tracking

Our tracking system is tested annually. Where necessary, this test is combined with an internal of the relevant CCP's of the tested product and any outsourced transport and activities.

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