Hazard Analysis And Critical Control Point

Nat asks,

I have a question about HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINT ( HACCP ). Do you happen to have any document to indicate that HACCP does not apply to corrugated box because the food does not have a direct contact with the box.

Can you provide any input on writing a description.

See if this language is sufficient.

Corrugated is considered for indirect food contact according to the FDA (21 CFR). Since this corrugated is a secondary package and has no substance such as an aqueous or film coating that comes in direct contact with food it does not fall within the guidelines established by HACCP.

The communication should state the description, intended use and conditions for use of the package, name and location of the manufacturer, and should be signed by an official representative of the company.

– Ralph

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