Food Fraud Prevention Plan Checklist - PDF

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Food Fraud vulnerability assessment and mitigation plan is a key component of any recognised Food Safety Management System(FSMS) particularly those certified to a GFSI Recognised certification programme.

Mitigating economically motivated intentional adulteration using a VACCP plan is so important to protect your consumers and brands.

Download this printable PFD food fraud prevention plan self assessment Checklist to help you reviewing and auditing your plan. This self assessment checklist will also guide you structuring your food fraud prevention plan template in case you are building one.

In line with internationally recognised standards like PAS 96: 2017 and GFSI bench marking requirements and recognised certification prgrammes.

What's included inf this free food fraud prevention self-assessment checklist?

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  • One PDF advanced & complete VACCP checklist
  • Three structured pages 
  • 20 targeted questions checking your food fraud prevention efforts from A to Z
  • The surety you hoped you had earlier!

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Ray Haddad

I am the Trainer & Managing Director at Food Surety Limited, I too hate confusion and know what it feels like to worry you aren't doing the right thing! I have worked in the food industry in quality assurance roles, auditing, consulting, training, instructional design, work place assessment and as an advisor in international food safety projects. This varied experience has given me depth of understanding of the needs and the pain points of the different parties in the food industry.

Since 2007, I have a proven track record conducting hundreds of audits including external 3rd party certification audits as an auditor/verifier recognised by the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), in addition, I have trained more than 3750 food professionals from government agencies, NGOs, academia and businesses across the whole supply chain from farm to fork and across the different sectors,  not only in New Zealand but in Southeast Asia and Middle East.

I am driven by food professionals experiencing light-bulb moments and breakthroughs in their thinking and I enjoy supporting their journeys protecting food for all everywhere.

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