Every year the specifications are assessed with the and quickscan. 

  • Raw material and additive specifications.
  • Packaging specifications.
  • Resources .

The existing specifications are checked at least every 3 years. All specifications older than 3 years must be re-requested. This can be done by:

  • Requesting new specifications and / or;
  • Inquiring whether the current version is still up to date. 

When assessing the specifications, in the , , legislation and other are taken into account.

All end are also assessed annually and, if necessary, are adjusted and released again. Any changes in the direction of product and the label must be correctly passed on to the product labeling. In of label () provided by the , the customer must also be proactively informed of the changes. Any pre-printed must be verified by means of the with the valid recipe or declaration. 

Every interim change is of course validated. Such as recipe, raw , supplier, land of origin of , and legislation. With the food information regulation it is important to also provide the (customer) websites with up-to-date product labeling information. 

Specifications must take into account the legislation in the country of sale. It may be that other parameters such as must be stated here and / or are prohibited. 
The ensures that only the correct version of labels and packaging is available and known. In cases of relevant changes to raw material specifications, all parties involved are informed by the manager, so that only the correct version of the raw material or packaging is accepted and used.

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