Product & Technical
We provide advice to ensure that your product and supply chain complies are setup for consistent safety and quality.
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Best in class quality management systems
- Advice on quality control and consistency
- Creation of Quality Management Systems. (QMS) for use internally and with your factory.
Food Safety Management
- Deliver relevant Food Safety Management Plans such as CCPs, HACCP and allergen management.
- Identify and minimise product recall or withdrawal risks and setup procedures.
- Identify and action the necessary steps to achieve site certification such as SALSA and BRC.
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Our fees operate on an hourly rate or project fee, depending on the work. Community members enjoy additional benefits.
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Can I change an existing HACCP Plan?
Yes, you can. HACCP plans are a reflection of what happens during product production and they are not static. If, from trial to production you have identified steps that need to be added, then the relevant changes must be made to the plan.
My manufacturing site is a small production kitchen, does this apply to me?
Yes definitely. Working in a smaller production unit has its advantages, however what you gain in faster innovation, you may lose in safety controls and legal requirements. The smaller the spaces the harder it is to correctly segregate, label and safely produce. We help identify risk areas, train team members and advise on best practices.
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