These apply across food sectors. Includes programmes to manage risk and general animal products requirements.
Animal Products Act (APA) requirements that apply to more than one animal product sector, funding APA services and programmes, APA fees, charges & levies, monitoring, surveillance, importing and exporting animal products.
Purpose, content and benefits, full listing of COPs and templates.
Causes and symptoms, advice about controlling foodborne campylobacter, salmonella , listeria and other foodborne illnesses, MPI strategies, documents.
How to operate an FSP, find an auditor, registers and other documents. The new Food Act comes into force on 1 March 2016.
Good operating practice (GOP) What GOP is, why and how you use it, guidance documents.
Learn about HACCP, where and how to apply it, hazard database, HACCP training options, guidance documents.
Legislation, applying requirements to a label, labelling exemptions, documents.
Roles and responsibilities, applying to become, locating recognised agencies/persons and LAS approved laboratories.
Detergents, sanitisers, and other compounds used to clean, sanitise or maintain plant or equipment. Requirements apply to dairy and non-dairy animal products, but not other food types.
The National microbiological database (NMD) is an industry programme that ensures common microbiological standards for food sold overseas and in New Zealand.
If you process or manufacture animal products, you may need a risk management programme (RMP).