Food Safety Management System
The international standard ISO 22000 on Food Safety defines the requirements for the design, implementation and application of a Food Safety Management System in every company and is intended to harmonise at international level the different voluntary standards developed in national contexts for the implementation and management of food safety through the HACCP method.
The standard confirms the validity of the Codex Alimentarius principles for the development of the HACCP system and establishes a link between the quality management systems developed in accordance with ISO 9001 and so-called “Hygiene Package”.
Traceability in food supply chains
ISO 22005 is the international reference document for the certification of agri-food traceability systems and applies to the entire agri-food sector, including animal feed production.