Documentation product development activities

: As a minimum, the following should be documented. 

Documentation product to be developed: 

Documentation product features: 

Intended Use: 

Background information: 

Microbiological standards: 

Storage conditions: 

Shelf life statement, including process conditions: 

  • Shelf life & conditions


  • HACCP study
  • HACCP of
  • HACCP process analysis
  • Prerequisite program update
  • Flow chart update
  • HACCP plan update
  • HACCP approval: date and initials
  • Date
  • Initials


  • To be completed by QA manager
  • Date
  • Initials

ERP system: 

  • Item code created
  • All and approval available
  • Approved for production

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