Food Industry Certification
In addition to all the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) standards that exist for food safety, there are a number of food industry certifications that can be applied to many food businesses:
- HACCP – Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points is a food safety management system that focuses on where food safety risks might occur in a food safety operation and puts into action controls that can prevent the hazards from occuring.
- MSC – The Marine Stewardship Council’s program incentivizes moving the harvesting of seafood worldwide to a sustainable base. through a global standard for determining whether a fishery is harvesting sustainably or not.
- BAP – BAP is a voluntary certification program covering the most important aspects of aquaculture operations, and provides a quantitative tool with which to measure compliance.
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