G77 Electronic process records in thermal processing 2016

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1st edition (2016)

ISBN 978-0-907503-89-7

This guideline introduces the concept of electronic data record keeping.

Process records are an essential part of food manufacturing and are a key requirement to meet industry regulations and comply with the necessary codes of practice. Despite rapid technological advances elsewhere many food manufacturing companies still rely on paper records to record and store this information.

This document outlines the key considerations that food companies should be familiar with in order to develop, apply and maintain thermal food processing records in electronic formats and thus to help the transition from a paper-based to a paperless system.

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