Does your company need to meet the requirements of GFSI certification schemes such as SQF or BRC?
Fast track food safety compliance with us and meet audit requirements. We’ll debrief you on the technical side of food fraud vulnerability, guide you through your assessment, and walk you through how to act on the mitigation plan to ensure your company meets requirements.
Gain clarity and confidence knowing your food safety management plan will meet the SQF code requirements for your company to achieve and maintain certification. With our expert consultative guidance, you’ll meet all the audit requirements and be fully compliant with SQF or BRC (GFSI standards). We’ll also ensure you meet FSMA requirements (FDA Intentional Food Adulteration Rule) for US manufacturing and distribution if needed.
Create a materials list
Submit your list to Sirocco for risk assessment
We’ll complete a risk assessment that will apply to individual materials and ingredients using the Decernis database.
Review the risk outcome and implement the mitigation plan
Based on the risk outcome, we’ll issue a mitigation plan for implementation.
Refer to the SQF certification process map to see what food fraud assessments are required for your company and identify where you are on the journey towards certification.
Email [email protected], and let us know how we can help you.
Refer to the Sirocco Blog ‘Tips to Develop Your SQF Food Fraud Vulnerability Assessment’
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is a non-profit organisation that provides food safety leadership and benchmarks private standards to ensure minimum food safety requirements for the global food industry. The GFSI-benchmarked standards incorporate HACCP principles and best practices in quality and food safety management. Standard requirements are designed to meet business objectives such as regulatory compliance, food safety, food security, product quality and continuous improvement.
Karine, […] I just wanted to thank you for the work you did on our PCP [plan]. We were audited by CFIA in November and did very well.