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Meat facility standards

Description

The Meat Facility Standards ensures that conditions under which meat and meat products are manufactured and the ingredients used in their manufacture lead to the production of food, which is safe for human consumption. The Meat Facility Standards is a policy document legislated by the Meat Inspection Regulation, Alberta Regulation 42/2003, and Section 15.1, which requires the operator of a meat facility to comply with the MFS. It is a HACCP based program using internationally accepted food hygiene principles and consists of sections, which include prerequisite programs and manufacturing controls.

Updated

November 5, 2009

Tags
food safety food safety program meat facilities

Title and publication information

Extent

31 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Agriculture and Rural Development

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Resource Dates

Date Created

2009-11-05

Date Added

2020-07-22T20:49:53.211693

Date Modified

2009-11-05

Date Issued

2009-11-05

Audience information

Identifiers

NEOS catalogue key

2836508 [1999]

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