The FSSC 22000 is an internationally recognised ISO based scheme for food safety, to protect brands and safeguard public health.
FSSC 22000 is an independent, transparent, holistic food safety scheme, with broad international acceptance. Your entire supply chain is included in a single certification, making FSSC 22000 the most comprehensive and accessible food safety management system available. The scheme incorporates existing standards including ISO 22000, sector specific PRPs and HACCP, it offers a complete certification programme in a single package, making it accessible for organisations of all sizes. FSSC 22000 is owned by an independent non-profit organisation and is fully approved by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
By gaining certification, you will gain recognition for your ongoing commitment to food safety, prove your integrity to the market, and enhance consumer confidence in your brand.
As an associated certification body, we are qualified to award FSSC 22000 certificates and our experts can support you through the entire process. In addition to conducting the audit and certification process, we also offer advisory support and training on all aspects of the scheme including, comprehensive training on all aspects of FSSC 22000 and gap-analysis to determine how your organisation may achieve FSSC 22000.
At Intertek we offer you more than a certificate, we have the expertise, experience and global presence to support and guide you through the entire process, helping you to meet the challenges and maximise the benefits of FSSC 22000 certification.
Intertek is a world leading food safety certification body, with accreditation for globally recognised programmes including the Food Safety System Certification (FSSC 22000), International Featured Standards (IFS Food),British Retail Consortium Food Standard (BRC), and Safe Quality Food (SQF). Our expert food safety auditors can work with you to guarantee your products are produced, prepared, packaged, distributed and certified to the highest standards of food safety.
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