In July, our company underwent an audit by ISO 22000 international standard determining requirements for food safety management system.

The ISO 22000 Standard is intended for certification of food safety management systems of the organizations involved in the food chain.

Below are the necessary requirements for food industry enterprises prescribed in the ISO 22000 Standard:

This Standard is designed to help organizations participating in the food chain, regardless of their size, to definitely fill in their market segments and successfully expand its boundaries and meet the requirements of the concerned parties, including clients of the organization.

Organizations enjoy a number of advantages from introducing a food safety management system by the requirements of ISO 22000 standard.

  1. The standard is based on a systematic approach to all the parameters of food safety at each stage of the technological process;
  2. Control over all the parameters affecting the safety of the original products;
  3. Distribution of responsibility for ensuring safety measures for the production and storage of food products;
  4. Concentration of the main efforts and resources of the enterprise on the identified critical and control points;
  5. Timely use of preventive measures.
  1. Increased consumer confidence in the manufactured products;
  2. Expanded product market;
  3. Higher competitiveness of the enterprises and products;
  4. Growth of investment attractiveness;
  5. Building a solid reputation as a manufacturer of quality and safe food;
  6. Error-free identification of control points and obtaining the necessary timely level of control over such points.