In-house control of food business activities
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The own-check plan is a written description of the company's operations, practices and activities that are prone to food safety risks.
In-house control applies to all food business operators from the food industry to kiosk entrepreneurs.
The own-check plan must be kept at the food premises. It must also be up to date at all times and consistent with the actual activities. The scope of the plan depends on the activities.
Measures are defined for managing the risks related to the activities. This ensures that the requirements set for the activities are met. Actions taken are recorded, and the records are kept for at least one year.
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