Quantum Food Solutions
Earning certifications in the schemes approved by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) - HACCP, SQF, and BRCGS - can be a demanding process for owners of food warehouses and suppliers. To qualify for these certifications, food warehouses and suppliers should perform a gap assessment as a preparatory analysis. A "gap assessment" is an evaluation of the food safety management practices.
By examining the gaps that can occur in the processes of a food warehouse, operators can promote best practices and look for ways to keep risks low through effective management systems. Managers and workers can ensure that product quality and safety stay normal parts of the food storage and distribution process.
By examining the gaps between food processors and retailers, suppliers can promote best practices and facilitate constant improvement through a risk-based product safety management system. You can make sure that maintaining product quality and safety is a normal process throughout food storage and distribution.