It’s nearly impossible to talk about food safety without referencing validation—and for good reason!
On-site and third-party allergen testing is an important part of FALCPA and FSMA compliance, but allergen test kits are not one-size-fits-all. Knowing the challenges of your matrices can help you make informed decisions about the products and services to include in your allergen control plan.
A review of specific and non-specific tests most commonly used methods for determining the presence of allergenic foods.
Take your food allergen control plan further by establishing cleaning validation and verification procedures.
From processing to sanitation to testing to educating employees, allergen control is a holistic process that will help prevent recalls, protect consumers and safeguard your brand.
With allergies becoming an increasing health problem globally, the need to have an allergen control plan has never been more critical.