Case Study: Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority looking to reduce inspection regime with scheme certification

Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority looking to reduce inspection regime with scheme certification

The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority are investigating the opportunity of using third-party certification as a means of reducing the inspection regime for organisations in the food industry.

The concept is that certification to schemes such as FSSC 22000 and GlobalGAP deliver a more significant level of assurance for the Dutch authorities, enabling them to reduce the level of inspection required.

This project is currently being worked on with further progress expected soon.

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