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What is binary fission in Food Safety?

Bacteria occur in our food, sometimes as a wanted component and most times unwanted. Binary fission is a form of asexual reproduction in bacteria. The bacteria’s nucleus divides into two daughter nuclei and continues subsequent divisions of the cell bodies to form two whole cells. It goes on and o [...]
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Do's and don'ts in Food Safety

Food Safety is crucial for any business that deals with food, whether it's preparation or distribution. There are strict protocols in place by the Food Standards Agency to ensure that food is prepared in the safest manner possible. This is to minimise the chances of being in breach of regulation o [...]
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What is the difference between HACCP (as we have been discussing, not HACCP certification) and ISO 22000?

What is HACCP? HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System) is a food safety system. The system targets every step of the food production process using analysis and control to maintain food safety from production to consumption. It is recognised internationally.  What is ISO 2200 [...]
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What is HACCP Level 3 Training?

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) is a seven-step food management system that needs to be implemented by businesses who work in the food industries. All managers or supervisors need to be part of the HACCP planning process, so that all members of staff are implementing safe food st [...]
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How to develop a HACCP plan

HACCP planning (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) is a key part of food safety measures in any establishment where foodstuffs or ingredients are handled. HACCP is a systems-based approach which breaks the complex process of risk identification into straight-forward, implementable steps. If [...]
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