ISO Standards and Food Safety

ISO Standards and Food Safety

Today more then ever we as consumers are becoming more conscious of where our food comes from. How does ISO Standards and food safety relate? There are many stops along the way for the journey from farm to our tables. Food products regularly cross national boundaries and ISO’s International Standards create the confidence in our market place for the food in our daily consumption. ISO standards provide a level platform to ensure the food we eat and drink undergo the same quality, safety and efficiency checks along the journey. Covering agricultural producers, food manufactures, laboratories, regulators, and us consumers alike ISO has us covered with over 1000 standards designated specifically to food and all is various aspects.

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For more information visit the ISO.org website.  Get an easy-to-use checklist for ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems.

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