Third Party Food Safety Audits
The successful food safety auditing program will be a big step to ensure the safety of your product. Food suppliers should be audited on a regular basis. This is an industry standard.
Your facilities and manufacturing processes should be evaluated. Industry best practices and requirements can only be verified through approved 3rd party audits. Wisconsin Food Safety Services has extensive experience in developing, implementing and validating auditing programs. We offer comprehensive services such as:
- Supplier Auditing
- Developing risk-based audits
- Audits for your customer
- Audits for your distributor
Contact us to see how Wisconsin Food Safety Services can help with your food safety audits needs.
They can be divided into four main categories.
- HACCP based non-accredited audits for Walgreens, Walmart or companies requiring a similar scheme. These are usually a one day audit that will cost $1000*. The audit will be reviewed and mailed to the requesting company if necessary. This audit doesn’t have to come from a large and expensive accredited company.
- GMP audits. Some companies require that all of their suppliers, are audited by a third party auditor. High scores show that a supplier is committed to providing safe food products. Companies use them for training or review purposes. This audit doesn’t have to come from a large and expensive accredited company. $800 for a one day audit*. We can also customize an audit for you or use an existing audit for training purposes.
- Retail audit. $500* for a one day audit. To view a sample retail inspection audit, click here. Perfect for grocery stores, commissaries and central kitchens.
- GAP audit for a recognized scheme. BRC, SQF and FSSC 22000. $1200* per day based on size of the operation and scope.
*In Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa and Illinois the auditor will likely drive. Wisconsin and Northern Illinois will not have expenses for one day events. Expenses will include a mileage rate, meals and possibly a hotel stay. Expenses will be discussed and estimated prior to the audit.