EU Food Safety Culture

The EU scorecard for is based on COMMISSION NOTICE (2022/C 355/01) on the implementation of systems covering Good Practices and based on the HACCP principles, including the facilitation/flexibility of the implementation in certain food businesses.

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Score Food safety culture for management

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