ISO 22000 - Food Safety Management System

ISO 22000 - Food Safety Management System

What is food safty management system?

ISO 22000 is an international standard combining ISO 9001 with food safety management and HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control points) to ensure food safety at all levels. The ISO 22000 standard specifies how an organization can demonstrate its ability to control hazards to ensure that food is safe.                    

ISO 22000 can be applied to any organization / business in the food supply chain. The organization / business in food supply chain applying and obtaining ISO 22000 certification is recognized as having good food safety management system and ensure the supply of safe, high quality food products, intake for consumer                    

Organizations / businesses that can apply ISO 22000 include:
* Enterprise producing and processing fodder.
* Enterprises processing vegetables, tubers, fruits, eggs, milk, seafood.
* Spices manufacturing and processing enterprises.
* Enterprises manufacturing functional foods: for the elderly, children, the sick.
* Enterprise producing and processing fresh water, purified water, wine, coffee, tea, ..
* Food carriers.
* Enterprises producing, processing ready-made food, restaurants.
* Supermarket system, wholesale and retail.
* Enterprise producing food packaging materials.
* Farming and livestock farming           

The benefits when applying ISO 22000

  • Increased productivity and efficiency of organization/business
  • Meet applicable statutory and regulatory requirements of food safety
  • Increased customer trust and satisfaction, through consistent provision of safe food products
  • Addressed business risks while focusing on organisational objectives
  • Effective feedback for continual improvement               

Value to our customer

  • Improving the reputation and competition in the market when using the TUV NORD                
  • Achieving global recognition for the products                    
  • Optimizing the quality of processes, products and services                    
  • Identifying the specific resources that can be used for quality improvement initiatives                    
  • Providing documents evidences for the quality and performance of the business