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What is a Traded Good?

Traded goods are products that are purchased and stored at the site prior to sale, but are not manufactured, further processed or repacked at the site.Traded goods are products that are purchased and stored at the site prior to sale, but are not manufactured, further processed or repacked at the site.

Traded Goods - BRC Voluntary Module 8

This Module is applicable to food products that would normally fall within the scope of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7 (the Standard) but which are not manufactured, further processed or repacked into primary packaging at the site being audited.

To be included within the scope of this Module, the products shall meet all of the following criteria:

  • be purchased (take title to) and sold by the company
  • be received into storage facilities at the site
  • all the storage facilities used for the product shall be included within the scope of the Standard.

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