Food Inspection

Any food processing business that makes or prepares food, it will be inspected to make sure you are following food law. Find out what inspections might involve and the action that inspectors can take if they find a problem in your business.

What is Food Inspection?

Food inspection can be used as a dedicated quality management tool and as a checkpoint to safeguard the quality and safety of your goods directly in your sourcing countries, at the earliest stage of the logistical step.

Why is Food Inspection Important?

Globalization and advances in technology have both created a complex food supply chain with numerous and diverse stakeholders facilitating the process. A lack of quality monitoring processes, complex logistics structures, food handling methods and other factors can jeopardize the safety and quality of food products.

As a manufacturer, supplier or caterer, it is important to monitor and maintain healthy, hygienic and conducive environments along the supply chain in order to safeguard the quality and safety of your products.

By implementing food inspection you can control a given number of samples within a defined lot and follow a fixed sampling plan according to specific points of control in order to identify issues at their source, maintain product consistency, ensure local and legal regulations are followed during transportation and to enhance your company image.

What inspections are for?

1. Making sure food is safe to eat

The inspectors will check if your business produces food that is safe to eat. Inspection can be to verify at:

  • your premises
  • the kinds of food you make or prepare
  • how you work
  • your food safety management system

2. Making sure descriptions are not misleading

The inspectors will also look at how you describe food, for example on a menu or label, to make sure the description is not misleading for customers.

3. Food hygiene rating schemes

If you serve or supply food direct to the public, you may be covered by the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme. This means that when your business is inspected, you will be given a hygiene rating from 'D' at the bottom to 'A' at the top, based on the hygiene standards found at the time. You will be given a sticker/certificate with your rating or result. You can put these on display to show your customers how good your hygiene standards.

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