HACCP Certification

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a food safety risk management system. It anticipates and prevents food safety hazards before a product is made.

The Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), or Good Hygiene Practice (GHP), or Good Agriculture Practice (GAP) certifications are needed for an effective HACCP system. Please visit the link to the International HACCP Alliance, below, for more information. HACCP certification is recognized worldwide by government food authorities and food businesses. HACCP certification is recommended by the US Food and Drug Administration.

For more information, contact:

International HACCP Alliance
120 Rosenthal Center, 2471 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2471
Phone: (979) 862-3643
Fax: (979) 862-3075
kharris@tamu.edu
Website: http://www.haccpalliance.org/

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