About 1 in 4 of the food safety recalls in the United States relate to poor environmental hygiene and sanitation controls. Implementing appropriate improvements could translate into an actual savings of $ .5–1.5 million annually per company.
Establishing such food safety controls usually requires food and beverage facilities to develop, implement, and maintain a food safety management system, and SQF Codes can provide a sound basis for developing such a system.
In this Special Report, Food Processing partnered with Remco Products to talk about the origins of SQF Codes as well as how companies can take the proper steps to stay compliant with SQF Edition 8 Food Safety Code for Manufacturing.
This report is sponsored by Remco.