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GFSI Recognised Schemes - Scopes of Recognition

Each scheme submitted to GFSI is requested to clarify the scopes which are being submitted for benchmarking.

In order to be recognised by GFSI, a scheme must successfully go through the GFSI benchmarking process. This applies to all schemes, including those having gone through another benchmarking process. There is therefore no automatic GFSI recognition.

The schemes that have currently been submitted to GFSI and are undergoing the GFSI Benchmarking Process have applied for the scopes of recognition as follows:

Green Scope of Recognition Covered in Application
Scope Extension - Not Benchmarked yet

Scope excluded from current application until 10 certificates are provided to GFSI as per GFSI Guidance Document Part II 1.2.3. Will be re-submited as a scope extension at a later date.

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Version of Standard BRC GLOBAL STANDARD FOR FOOD SAFETY ISSUE 6 CanadaGAP Scheme Version 6 Options B and C and Program Management Manual Version 3 FSSC 22000 scheme - October 2011 issue Global Aquaculture Alliance Seafood Processing Standard Issue 2 - August 2012 GLOBALG.A.P. Integrated Farm Assurance scheme Version 4 and the Produce Safety Standard Version 4 Global Red Meat Standard (GRMS) 4th Edition Version 4.1 IFS Food Standard Version 6 IFS PACSecure Version 1 PrimusGFS v2.1 Dec 2011 SQF Code 7th Edition Level 2

AI Farming of Animals

AII Farming of Fish

BI Farming of Plants

BII Farming of Grains and Pulses

C Animal Conversion

D Pre Processing Handling of Plant Products

EI Processing of Animal Perishable Products

EII Processing of Plant Perishable Products

EIII Processing of Animal and Plant Perishable Products (Mixed Products)

EIV Processing of Ambient Stable Products

F  Production of Feed

J provision of Storage and Distribution Services
L Production of (Bio) Chemicals

M Production of  Food Packaging

Does the scheme meet the following criteria?
Is the scheme publicly available and certifiable, without restriction by membership or other limitation, to certification bodies?
Do the certification bodies operating a certification system have accreditation to the scope of the relevant scheme?
Is the accreditation body providing accreditation to the certification bodies a member of the International Accreditation Forum and is the accreditation body in question also signed up to the Multi Lateral Arrangement of ISO/IEC 65?
Has the scheme been developed in compliance with ISO Guide 65 or ISO 17021?
Have you completed the clause-by-clause comparison of your scheme with the Guidance Document in the GFSI Benchmarking Application?
If there are any anomalies with the Guidance Document, can you provide argumentation to justify compliance?
Can you provide the written support from at least three user organisations representing the retail / food service or producing / manufacturing sectors that use who or are going to use the scheme?
Please also refer to GFSI Guidance Document Sixth Edition Part II Clause 1.2.1 for additional requirements. If you can reply positively to ALL of the above questions, and you meet the requirements in Clause 1.2.1, you can then proceed to the submission of your scheme to GFSI.

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