What is a Food Safety Plan and Why It is Needed?

 

By 2016 the Federal government will require Food Safety plans in many small scale operations.  The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), which was implemented in 2010, brought attention to the need for hazard prevention in food manufacturing processes.  As a result, Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls (HARPC) is the new standard for preventative food safety measures.

 

Food Safety plans are critical to any manufacturing facility.  A Food Safety Plan enables a food producer to assure consumers that they are producing a consistently safe, high quality food product.  Plans are essential to the audit process and introduction into key retailers.  Food Safety plans should always be available and current for distributors and wholesaler requirements.

 

A comprehensive Food Safety Program is the best way to insure correct processes and procedures are in place and used.

We have extensive experience writing industry specific Food Safety Plans

HACCP/HARPC

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's)

Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures (SSOP's)

Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)

Recall Plans

Allergen Control Programs

Food Defense Plans

Administrative document logs and templates

 

 

 

Meet Marie Limoges - SDI's  Food Safety Expert

 

Marie Limoges is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Animal, Nutrition, and Food Sciences, with a specialty in Food Microbiology at the University of Vermont (UVM) under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Donnelly. At UVM (location of the former Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese), Marie is researching non-toxigenic E. coli in response to new E. coli compliance standards, microbial counts of Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli in bulk tank milk and filters, survival of generic E. coli and Listeria spp. populations in dairy compost- and poultry litter compost-amended soils in the northeastern U.S., microbial translocation/contamination of E. coli on produce, and completing a validation study for recovery of Listeria monocytogenes from various environmental surfaces using 3MTM and World Bioproducts © environmental sampling products with FDA and USDA enrichment methods.

 

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Food Safety

What is a Food Safety Plan and Why It is Needed?

 

By 2016 the Federal government will require Food Safety plans in many small scale operations.  The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), which was implemented in 2010, brought attention to the need for hazard prevention in food manufacturing processes.  As a result, Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls (HARPC) is the new standard for preventative food safety measures.

 

Food Safety plans are critical to any manufacturing facility.  A Food Safety Plan enables a food producer to assure consumers that they are producing a consistently safe, high quality food product.  Plans are essential to the audit process and introduction into key retailers.  Food Safety plans should always be available and current for distributors and wholesaler requirements.

 

A comprehensive Food Safety Program is the best way to insure correct processes and procedures are in place and used.

 

We have extensive experience writing industry specific Food Safety Plans

 

HACCP/HARPC

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's)

Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures (SSOP's)

Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)

Recall Plans

Allergen Control Programs

Food Defense Plans

Administrative document logs and templates

Our Services Include:

Plan/Document Preparation

Audit Preparedness

Webinars

In-Plant Training

On Site Teaching

 

Meet Marie Limoges - SDI's  Food Safety Expert

 

Marie Limoges is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Animal, Nutrition, and Food Sciences, with a specialty in Food Microbiology at the University of Vermont (UVM) under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Donnelly.  At UVM (location of the former Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese), Marie is researching non-toxigenic E. coli in response to new E. coli compliance standards, microbial counts of Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli in bulk tank milk and filters, survival of generic E. coli and Listeria spp. populations in dairy compost- and poultry litter compost-amended soils in the northeastern U.S., microbial translocation/contamination of E. coli on produce, and completing a validation study for recovery of Listeria monocytogenes from various environmental surfaces using 3MTM and World Bioproducts © environmental sampling products with FDA and USDA enrichment methods.