3 Reasons Why Getting A Scheduled Process Is Important
You just came up with a brand new Hot Sauce product. And now you want to get it distributed and produced on a large scale to send out to stores. But before you can do all of that you need to get a scheduled process done. What is a Scheduled Process?
A Scheduled Process is a detailed recipe, procedure, and a breakdown developed for your product. It is review and edited by a recognized process authority. The Schedule Process also includes information about your product ingredients, formulation tasks, packaging details, storage, and distribution guidelines. There some important aspects that you need to be aware of about a Scheduled Process. So here are my 3 Reasons Why Getting A Scheduled Process Is Important.
1. Acidified Foods
Drinks, beverages, or even can goods that have acid substances in them are required to get a Schedule Process done for their product. This is important because acidified to be regulated more closely because of the shelf life stability required for stores. Your scheduled process breaks down so of the important and critical control aspects that must be met each and every time you make a batch of your product.
So if an acidified food or beverage was improperly processed and distributed, the health of your consumers may be adversely affected. It most cases you end up losing an enormous amount of money if you were forced to recall all your products back. Not mention you probably get into some legal trouble if the situation is severe enough. So the main point here is to not take any risks with your products even if you think your product doesn’t contain acidified substances.
2. Acidified Products Must Have A Scheduled Process
Have your products go through a scheduled process also makes you come out with the proper documentation. These documentations help prove that your item has been reviewed and verified by certified food scientists. So deciding that you won’t get it done is not a smart move. Especially because trying to sell untested food products on an open market is a violation of FDA regulations. You can get into some serious trouble with the government and the FDA (Food Drug Administrator).
A scheduled process has the appropriate critical control points that must be followed. And if you don’t complete them successfully as they are listed then your product is considered tainted and prohibited from sale. To prove that you completed all tasks and all necessary procedures you have to keep great records. Proving the safety of your products for customer use should be one of your top concerns.
3. Records & Registration
It is a requirement that you keep records for every time you produce your product. And anytime you make changes to the process you have to make sure you note those changes on your records. You also have to note any actions taken to correct those issues. You are also required to register all your documents to FDA (Food Drug Administration). Have your products verified by FDA will make it a lot easier for others to trust your brand and products in the future. It’s important to keep good records and registrations in order to provide an extra level of protection to your products.
In conclusion, get your scheduled process done when you and your product is ready for a mainstream distribution that goes along with your budgets, projections, and goals.
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