For companies trading own naked goods
BRC Global Standard for Food Safety
The standard is designed for all food business operators, regardless of their size or complexity. The requirements, however, mainly focus on organizations that either produce retailer branded products, or that supply products to Great Britain and have been requested by the local retail chains to provide that kind of evidence.
A major portion of all foodstuffs sold in Great Britain is retail branded. According to the Food Safety Act of 1990, retailers are required to take all precautionary measures that are necessary, and to apply due diligence in preventing errors in research and development, distribution, advertisement, and when selling food products to consumers. The British Retail Consortium (BRC) developed the Global Standard-Food, which governs the due diligence defence of British Food Law. It also provides the basis for the evaluation of retail brand manufacturers, who have to demonstrate fulfillment of the standard’s requirements.
- Improved confidence among retailers and buyers in the safety, quality, and legality of the product
- Increased product safety and less risk of product liability
- Safe and efficient process flows in the interest of food safety, in order to quickly identify and control risks with respect to hygiene, quality, and health hazards for consumers, and to specify effective preventive measures
- Access to the British food market
IFS Cash & Carry
IFS Food is a standard for auditing food safety and quality of processes and products of food manufacturers.
ISO-based, internationally accepted certification scheme for auditing and certification of food safety in the supply chain.
Management System for Food Safety according to ISO 22000
Confrontation of health hazards