The food hygiene management system HACCP developed by NASA
for ensuring safety of food in space is utilized by our contract farmers.
Create a secure and safe feeling of food
Certified by Hyogo Food Hygiene Management Program
(HACCP certification Hyogo edition.)
Japan’s Best Kodawari Eggs are dispatched after being packed under a thorough hygiene control HACCP system.
Why was HACCP born for the purpose of food safety in space?
HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point.
HACCP is a system for food hygiene management developed for ensuring safe food in space in 1960 in America.
The conventional food hygiene management system puts a great weight on equipping a manufacturing environment and ensuring hygiene, so it mainly uses a test system where they pick complete products up randomly and test them.
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The HACCP system analysis risks are identified right from when the ingredients are received all the way through to storage, processing, mixing, heating, cool packing and dispatching.
All critical control points are specified and monitored continuously to manage safety.
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With this system, any errors can be prevented beforehand if there is any chance of problems.
Under the strict feeding management system, we feed about 1.2 million chickens
that are vaccinated for diseases.
Eggs are sent to the GP center (grading packing factory) from the poultry house
speedily on a direct conveyer, graded and packed while operating the HACCP system.
Risks like microbial contamination and foreign matters are analyzed and estimated,
so we monitor and record continuously for any error occurrences to instantly solve and that’s how we provide Japan’s Best Kodawari Eggs.