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Managing food safety risks is critical for your organization to ensure you continuously meet international food industry requirements and maintain your certification.

Nonconformity, or failing to meet a specific part of the standard, can happen at any level of an organization, and is often as a result of lack of training, inadequate food safety control or poorly managed processes. If the nonconformance is not addressed, organizations will not achieve certification.

To help organizations prepare for their FSSC 22000 audit, Lloyds Register has outlined the top five nonconformities that businesses often fall short on, and how you can prepare.

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