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Ensuring Regulatory Compliance for Flavor Companies
By: Patty Benson, SAFC
Posted: January 9, 2009, from the January 2009 issue of P&F magazine.
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To ensure our quality systems and regulatory compliance, internal audit systems should be supplemented by external audits from three different sources: AIB, which can perform yearly audits utilizing the appropriate consolidated standard for the site; each site’s ISO registrar, which can perform annual surveillance audits; and customer audits, which provide additional input. Adhering to the well-organized effort detailed here can improve companies’ compliance position and enhance the growth of flavor and fragrance product lines.
- The American Institute of Baking’s (AIB) Consolidated Standards for Food Safety, aibonline.org/2009Standards/DownloadStandards.html; AIB Consolidated Standards for Food Distribution Centers, aibonline.org/products/consolidatedstandards/PDF/CSDistributionCenterswithbookmarks.pdf
- AIB GMP audits: aibonline.org/auditservices/foodsafety/gmpaudits/