Celebrating World Food Safety Day, 7 June

Safer food. Better health. Safety first.

Globally, one in ten people are affected by foodborne diseases annually. The good news is that most foodborne diseases are preventable. Our behaviour, the way we build food systems and how we organize food supply chains can prevent infectious and toxic hazards, microbial pathogens (bacteria, viruses and parasites), chemical residues, biotoxins and other noxious or dangerous substances from getting onto our plates.

Fruition’s commitment to food safety:

  • RTo meet or exceed all statutory, regulatory, and customer requirements for quality and food safety. Fruition adheres to the South African legislation governing food safety Act 54 of 1972, and the applicable regulations there under.
  • RTo ensure consistent food safety and quality performance through implementation and certification of an effective quality management system compliant to ISO22000, ISO/TS22000-1 and the additional requirements (FSSC 22000 V5.1).
  • RContinually review food safety policies, standards, and procedures to effectively manage food safety risks associated with changes in products, processes and technologies. The policy is supported by measurable food safety objectives that are established by Top Management.
  • RCommunicate food safety and quality requirements to suppliers, contractors, and customers by establishing specifications for ingredients, packaging materials and storage.
  • REncouraging participation and promotion of quality responsibilities amongst all employees and third parties through standards, education, training and coaching, supervision and effective communication.

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