What should you generally look out for during food audits?

An should take into account the following;

  • Appendix FSSC is not forgotten, among other services
  • Knock-Outs at IFS
  • Fundamentals of BRC
  • Expectations of :
    • Audit results are 80% dependent on the auditor
    • Focus with QA on a working system AND do not use the standard as an tool.
    • BRC and IFS are often payment instruments, make sure that on the days of the audit everything is correct and outstanding action points related to the standard have been resolved.
    • Enough and advisors can go and do something else after an undesirable score.
  • Ensure that the is measured, as it is part of every recognized standard
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