Feed

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Safe food is based on safe production of livestock/aquaculture. Therefore, there are also requirements for the feed that the animals receive. Schemes within feed production contain requirements that feed producers can document production conditions and traceability.

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration carries out inspections of feed companies, cf. the Feed Control Executive Order. It is stated that the agency can carry out fewer visits if the company has a quality system that is certified by an accredited certification body.

DANAK accredits for certification to a number of feed schemes as well as for management systems in the area.

Search for companies that are accredited in the area here (use the free text field to search).

 

ISO/IEC  9001, ISO/IEC 22000 AND FSSC 22000

ISO/IEC 9001 is the general standard for quality management systems. DANAK accredits for certification to this whitin feed production. In this regard, DANAK accredits certification bodies in accordance with the ISO/IEC 17021-1 standard.

ISO/IEC 22000 is the food-specific standard that can be used by all types of food producing companies  - "From farm to fork". DANAK accredits certification bodies according to the standard ISO/IEC 22003, category D. Category D is divided into: DI feed for livestock/aquaculture and DII feed for pets.

FSSC 22000 is an industry scheme established by an association of global food producers. FSSC 22000 is based on ISO/IEC 22000 and can only be used for feed within category DI. DANAK accredits certification bodies to ISO/TS 22003 + the requirements of the scheme.

Read more about accreditation for certification of quality management systems here. 

Read more about accreditation for food safety systems here.

Read more about the FSSC 22000 scheme here.

 

EFISC-GTP

EFISG-GTP, The European Feed and Food Ingredient Safety Certification Aisbl, has been developed by a number of stakeholders in the field. EFISC-GTP has set requirements for several types of feed production/handling. The scheme is based on the requirements for system certification. DANAK accredits certification bodies to ISO/IEC 17021-1 + the requirements of the scheme (which are based on parts of ISO/TS 22003).

Read more about the EFISF-GTP scheme and the sector-specific requirements documents here.

Read more about accreditation for system certification here.

 

GMP+

GMP+ has been developed by stakeholders in the field and the title means "Good Manufacturing Practices and the + refers to the integration of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points)". The scheme is based on the requirements for system certification. DANAK accredits certification bodies to ISO/IEC 17021-1 + requirements of the scheme.

Read more about the scheme GMP+

Read more about accreditation for system certification here.

 

GLOBALG.A.P., CFM

GLOBALG.A.P.'s scheme CFM, Compound Feed Manufacturing Standard, sets requirements for feed production. The scheme is based on the requirements for product certification. DANAK accredits for certification according to the requirements of ISO/IEC 17065 + the requirements of the scheme.

Read more about accreditation for product certification here.

Read more about GLOBALG.A.P., CFM here.