In food safety, as in other fields, there are two phases of quality control: the first is to design processes and procedures which, when properly implemented, deliver product of a desired quality; the second is testing to make sure that the desired quality level is actually being produced.
No quality control protocol is complete without rigorous application of both the QC phases. Those responsible for food plant hygiene know that sanitation tests are not just a good idea but are required. Since there are a wide variety of potential food safety problems, there are also a wide variety of sanitation tests available. Some of the types of tests available are:
FSS Food Safety markets a wide variety of food sanitation tests, chemicals, supplies and equipment, and are experts in food industry regulation, food industry cleaning practices and quality control. Our years of experience make us ideal partners in designing and implementing a testing regime appropriate for the particular production with which your plant is involved.
We can advise you on the testing you need based on our thorough knowledge of the ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Certification food safety management system (FSMS), the U.S. Bioterrorism Act of 2002, and the latest protocols of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP).