Proposed update to guidance document on further processing: high-pressure processing
Background to this consultation
Chapter 7 of the Further processing guidance document has been developed to assist processors of animal products (non-dairy) to meet the requirements of the Animal Products Act. The chapter is about high-pressure processing. It outlines aspects that processors of products subject to high-pressure processing should consider when developing and validating these processes, and when they commence routine processing. This guidance can also be used by recognised evaluators and verifiers when checking the adequacy of these processes. Once finalised, this chapter will be incorporated in the guidance document.
Have your say
The Ministry for Primary Industries has updated the chapter of the Further processing guidance document that deals with high-pressure processing and wants your feedback. We’re particularly interested in your answers to these questions:
- Is the level of detail appropriate?
- Are the technical aspects correct?
- Are the procedures practical and achievable?
- Are there areas that need more guidance?
Further processing guidance document [PDF, 1.1 MB]
Making a submission
Send us your feedback by 5pm on Monday 27 July 2020. We encourage you to use our submission template.
Submission template [DOCX, 36 KB]
Email your submission to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
While we prefer email, you can post your submission to:
HPP Guidance Document Submission
Ministry for Primary Industries
PO Box 2526
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