Purpose Prerequisite program:

Assess if the prerequisite program is still being met. 

Definition Prerequisite program:

Prerequisite program: the minimum a foodstuffs must meet.
The prerequisite program is mentioned in the www.fao.org/docrep/005/Y1579E/y1579e02.htm.

Implementation:

All points from the prerequisite program are assessed during the , quickscan, and . are recorded in an action list. 

Actions by abnormalities:

Depends on the abnormality.

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