Food safety management is addressed under the ISO 22000 set of International Standards.
Foodborne illness has major repercussions, and ISO's food safety management standards assist enterprises in identifying and controlling foodborne illness risks. International Standards are required to assure the safety of the global food supply chain, as many of today's food products cross national borders on a regular basis.
A food safety management system can be certified using the ISO 22000:2018 standard. It explains how a company can demonstrate its ability to manage food safety risks and ensure product safety. Any organisation, regardless of size or place in the food chain, can use it.
Certification of your food management system under ISO 22000:2018 specifications will provide the following benefits to your company:
Allows supply chain partners to communicate about potential hazards.