Transition from ISO to FSSC
Over 30,000 food organizations worldwide have been ISO 22000 certified, and here at Foundation FSSC, we understand why. It is a science-based, trustworthy standard developed by international experts. The FSSC 22000 Scheme is founded on ISO standards and, just like ISO 22000, focuses on the continuous improvement of a Food Safety Management System.
ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System standard that covers the HACCP principles according to the Codex Alimentarius. But FSSC 22000 has two main additional benefits compared to the ISO 22000 standard. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) has recognized the FSSC 22000 Scheme through its annual benchmarking process, which results in more business opportunities for FSSC 22000 certified organizations in national and international markets. And secondly, FSSC 22000 has a robust integrity program that assures the delivery of trust within the consumer goods industry.
Watch our short 2-minute video on the transition process
NEW BROCHURE | The Benefits of a Transition from ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000
We have recently published a new brochure about the benefits and steps required for any organization looking to transition from ISO 22000 certification, to FSSC 22000 certification. The brochure is free to download and is available in English and Chinese.
FSSC INSIGHTS | Webinar Recording
The FSSC Insight Webinar “From ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000” was held on February 10, 2022. The recording is available on demand via YouTube and Zoom. Use the links below to choose which recording you would like to watch.
There is also a link to download the PDF Slide Deck of the presentation. If you would like any further information on the details of a transition to FSSC 22000, please check-out the Webinar Q&A or get in touch with our regional FSSC representatives.
FSSC INSIGHTS | Questions & Answers
Some of the most frequently asked questions about a transition from ISO to FSSC might also help you and your organization in becoming certified and GFSI recognized with the FSSC 22000 scheme. Use the link below to see what other people are asking.
IN THE NEWS | Danone’s smooth transition from ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000
Danone (China) Food and Beverages Co Ltd transitioned from ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000. Mr. Dai, Associate Director of Food Safety and System of Danone (China) will share his experiences during this transition. Continue reading…
Meet the FSSC Market Development Team
FSSC has regional representatives all around the world. Organizations interested in improving their food safety management and implementing the FSSC Scheme can contact our Market Development group to receive detailed information and even have a face-to-face conversation about FSSC. Read more about the team here.