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Food Safety is related to the presence of food borne hazards in food at the point of consumption. Food reaches to consumers via supply chains that may link many different types of players. One weak link can result in unsafe food that is dangerous to health. As food safety hazards can occur in the food chain at any stage, adequate control throughout the supply chain is essential. This has necessitated the need for establishing a food safety management system by all players since Food safety is a joint responsibility of all players along the food chain including, producers, manufacturers, transport and storage operators, sub-contractors, retail and food service outlets and service providers.

In order to compete regionally and globally, players must keep up with growing trends and market demands and must demonstrate that their products, processes and services meet the highest levels of safety and quality.

KEBS CB provides the various players and the food industry with audit and certification solutions against a variety of food safety certification schemes and certify Food safety systems against a range of internationally and regionally-recognized standards such as:

  • FSSC 22000 - a scheme recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
  • ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management system
  • HACCP – Food safety based on CODEX Alimentarius Food hygiene requirements
  • FSCE - GHP+ for Catering Establishments
  • GMP – Good Manufacturing practices

Our certification services help operators to demonstrate their commitment to food safety and quality and will enable you to alleviate risk, achieve compliance, improve efficiency in operations and ensure sustainability and thus meet your contractual obligations, regulatory requirements and gain access to new and global markets.

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