In recent months it has become apparent that MHRA policies on how Pharmaceuticals temperature deviations are recorded and managed through the UK supply chain for export are now being implied to the distribution and export of Dry and Frozen food stuff. Is this policy being truly enforced in foodstuffs ? Are exporters of dry and frozen foodstuffs required to measure temperature deviation’s not only in the UK , though also during the transport on container shipments across the ocean to the final destination of the goods ?
Thanks for your question and I’m sorry you have not had any responses yet.
The food & drink organisations who would normally be able to help are not familiar with this policy, so i have been referred to the British Frozen Food Federation who may be able to help if you’ve not already contacted them.
I hope to be able to come back to you with something more concrete, but in the meantime you may want to contact the BFFF direct http://bfff.co.uk/.
Matthew, Open to Export