Quality Assurance as practiced by Farmfresh Fine Foods requires a proactive preventative approach to quality management and food safety which has been developed on the principles of 'Good Manufacturing Practice' (GMP). The idea is to ensure that safety and quality are maintained throughout each individual process, thus preventing product rejection and revenue loss.
The process sets tolerances for hazards and defines appropriate control measures, the frequency of their application, sampling procedures, specific tests to be used and the criteria for product acceptance & meeting customer specification. Our system is based on the monitoring of Critical Control Points (CCP's) and the action to be taken when the results of monitoring are outside the preset limits.
Hazard analysis means verification, so the identification of potentially dangerous ingredients, storage conditions, packaging, critical process points and relevant human factors which may affect product safety and/or quality. To achieve results it is imperative that Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) is used throughout the operation as it enables potential hazards in a process to be identified, assessed and controlled or eliminated.
To provide legitimacy to the above operations for Quality Assurance and HACCP and for Farmfresh Fine Foods to become a Quality Endorsed Company, we have been certified since April, 2002 for compliance with:
ISO 9001:2000 Codex HACCP 2003
FS 532284 FS 532285