Explanation Hazard Analysis of Raw Materials

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All applicable legal and regulatory food are established for all , ingredients, and . Documented information is kept (including specifications) on all raw materials, ingredients, and product contact materials as necessary for the assessment, including: 

Components risk assessment

a) Biological, , and physical characteristics;
b) Composition of ingredients, including and processing aids;
c) Source (for animal, mineral, or vegetable);
d) Place of origin; 
e) The method;
f) and delivery method;
g) conditions and ;
h) Preparation and / or treatment before use or processing;
i) Food safety related acceptance criteria or specifications of purchased materials and ingredients suitable for the intended use.


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