Traceability means the ability to track any food that will be used for consumption, through all stages of production, processing and distribution
Traceability is a risk-management system which allows food business operators or authorities to withdraw or recall products which have been identified as unsafe
Why is traceability important?
Traceability enables corrective actions (such as a product recall) to be implemented quickly and effectively when something goes wrong. When a potential food safety problem is identified, whether by a food business or a government agency, an effective traceability system can help isolate and prevent contaminated products from reaching consumers
How it's done at Fibro?
We maintain records of raw materials, ingredients, packaging from all suppliers
We maintain records of finished products (batch code, date, quantity etc)
We maintain quality records for each batch of our products
We maintain records of sale transaction, transport or delivery
We are audited regularly by 3rd party auditor to ensure adherence