The aim of implementing a food safety system and its certification is to certify food safety and quality control of the production processes, to increase the trust of current consumers and the demands of potential consumers, to consider international requirements that enable companies to enter the European distribution chains and their assessment with respect to an international standard, to provide a qualitative overview of the results and for the certified company to satisfy the legal requirements.
CNTA has the following services to respond to this need:
Implementation, control and monitoring of certifiable food safety and quality systems under the standards required by Standards IFS v.5 - International Food Standard, BRC v.5 - British Retail Consortium, UNE-EN ISO 22000:2005
Drafting, implementation, control and monitoring of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System Manual (HACCP)
Audits provide companies with the necessary support for the analysis, assessment, recommendations, advice and information concerning the reviewed activities: