Purpose:

Registering of related to food

Definition:

Food Complaints: All of a , , or label that have a adverse influence on the consumer. 

This includes:

Implementation:

The regarding the complaints comes from the . This also applies to the measures taken. The instruction is intended as an extra registration and understanding.

In the of , it must always be assessed based on the reporting guide whether a is necessary. 

Actions by abnormalities:

None.


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