Entry check Requirements
It is important to only receive those products which meet the agreed requirements. For the entry check this includes:
Entry check Requirements: Determine Quality
- Comply with the quality standards.
- Follows specifications.
- Correct quality.
- Correct certificates or accompanying documents if applicable.
Entry check Requirements: Quantity topics
- Delivered what was ordered.
- Correct packaging units
Entry check concerning Food Safety
- The correct temperature and no signs of being thawed;
- Free of pests;
- Well packaged, no open or damaged packaging;
- Proper coding and shelf-life;
- No broken seals or other abnormalities that point to possible corruption (food defence) or fraud;
Each delivered batch is randomly checked upon receipt. During the entry check, specific requirements may be set for each product or product group. The findings are recorded as well as whether the batch was accepted or not. Edit
Action by abnormalities procedure
Supplied products that do not meet the quality requirements will often cause problems in our own production process. But more importantly, in the quality and safety of our own end products, not to mention the financial consequences.
The instruction describes how entry checks should be conducted and to what standards. It also states the measures to be taken in the case of any abnormalities.
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