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Food Safety Management

Any organization who produces, handles, or transports food products is responsible for the safety of those involved in the supply chain and the end consumer. This responsibility includes addressing relevant hazards involved with each product and byproducts.

Food safety refers to the identification of hazards associated with food consumption and processing and the measures required to control them.

A wide range of related food safety standards focus to set different controls throughout the entire supply chain to reduce the risk of food contamination, and therefore reduce the risk to cause harm to the consumer.

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Involve everyone in the food chain, from beginning to end

Go to Standards

INSI can help your organization implement, update its food safety management system based on international standards.


We will help you improve your food safety performance and ultimately certify your management system. You will find below a list of certifiable food safety standards in order according to the complexity of its requirements, starting with the least complex:

  • Distinctive "H"

  • HACCP - Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

  • ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management Systems

  • FSSC 22000 – Food Safety Management Systems

  • FSSC 22000-Q – Quality and Food Safety Management Systems

Additionally, while helping your organization, we will implement the best practices stablished in the International Standards:

  • ISO 22005 – Traceability in the Feed and Food Chain

  • ISO 22002-4 – Prerequisite Programs on Food Safety

                                             so we can better understand your

 needs and create a work plan to help your organization!

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