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He aha te mahere whakahaere mahi kai?

What is a food control plan?

​A food control plan sets out the steps for food businesses to follow to make kai that is safe to eat.

Businesses making or selling higher-risk foods are more likely to register under a food control plan.

​There are two types of food control plans:

Our tip

To work out whether your business should operate under a food control plan, use My food rules tool in the Ministry of Primary Industries website.

For additional guidance resources use the Food Safety toolkit.

For translations see Forms and templates.

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