THAILAND, Bangkok. Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) has initiated “CPF Food Standard” project to build consistent quality and food safety management system, together with environmental and social responsibility, across integrated feed-farm-food operations. This was reported by Asia Food Journal.
Kularb Kimsri, vice president of CPF Global Standard System Centre, added that CPF has been collaborating with British Standard Institute (BSI), the world’s leading organization, in establishing the Private Standard by merging global standards such as ISO 9001, GMP, HACCP, BRC (British Retail Consortium), QS Quality Scheme for Food (QS) that being often certified across CPF operations with an integrated business model being applied. The benefit to consumer is that risks associated with every stage in the supply chain can be mitigated.
As a leading standard organization, BSI has experienced in creating and developing global standards for more than 115 years. Standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 22000 and Private Standards were originally drafted and formed by BSI. It has got 18,000 clients in 172 countries.