Dry goods and perishables...
Whether frozen or canned, processed food checks may include the verification of good manufacturing processes, good hygiene processes, both based on audits and physical inspections. They typically entail shelf-life, contaminants testing, nutritional label checks, or simple label language verifications.
Produce inspections most often include color, ripeness, calibration, or cold chain spot checks (such as collecting readings from thermometers or hygrometers which were part of a consignment within a reefer container). Most food inspections also include visual product checks, product specific tests such as sugar content, humidity, fit for human consumption tests, heavy metals, shelf-life identification and labelling, or packaging tests. Often, urgent produce inspections are required either before a buyer commits to buying a consignment, or when litigation occurs on the arrival of a consignment which doesn’t match a buyer’s original terms of reference. Meat inspections may for example involve visual leanness, moisture, and so on.
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