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The recently introduced Primary Production and Processing (PPP) standards have created a new series of national food safety standards across all food groups, including dairy and meat. These standards are aimed at strengthening food safety and traceability across the whole food supply chain “from paddock to plate”. In response to these new standards we have created some guidelines as a starting point to auditing your current food safety program with a particular focus on the processing of dairy and meat products. Here are five points you should consider.
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To be compliant with strict food and beverage hygiene regulations, it is essential for food processing and food handling plants to have effective sanitary operations procedures in place. There are three parts to achieving this: