About FSSC 22000
PJR was accredited in July 2010. FSSC 22000 is a complete food safety management system certification scheme based on existing standards for certification: ISO 22000, ISO 22002-1 (a prerequisite program on food safety for food manufacturing) or ISO 22002-4 (a prerequisite program on food safety for packaging manufacturing).
FSSC 22000 certification is accredited under the standard ISO guide 17021. Manufacturers that are already certified against ISO 22000 will only need an additional review against technical specifications for sector PRPs and additional FSSC requirements to meet this certification scheme. Organizations that want to integrate quality in their management systems follow the requirements of ISO 9001 or they can apply for FSSC-Q that integrates FSSC and ISO 9001 certification
The FSSC 22000 certification scheme has been given full recognition by the Global Food Safety Initiative Board of Directors. GFSI promotes common acceptance of GFSI recognized standards by retailers worldwide in order to improve the cost efficiency of food safety audits for food suppliers.
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