Concerns: Entry check

: general points of concern for the delivery of raw , material, and other .

Quantity

  • Delivered what has been ordered (correct , numbers, or weights).
  • Correct packing units.

Quality

Safety

  • Correct and no signs of, for , thawing or freezer burn, a lot of condensation;
  • Free from vermin or traces thereof;
  • Well packaged, no open or damaged packaging;
  • Correct and ;
  • No broken seals or other deviations that indicate possible tampering ( defense) or fraud.

Temperature control

  • The temperature is measured with a calibrated thermometer.
  • This thermometer is disinfected before and after use.
  • The following temperature are observed:
  • products 18°C, maximum -15°C.
  • Refrigerated products maximum +7°C or lower if required by product () or otherwise by law.

Actions by abnormalities at the entry check

Do not accept the product. Contact the . In the of abnormalities in regard to quantity, it can be decided to still accept the delivery in whole or in part.

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