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ISO 22005: Food Chain Traceability
Traceability in the food chain ISO 22005

ISO 22005: Food Chain Traceability

ISO 22005: Food Chain Traceability

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Traceability, a fundamental pillar of Food Safety throughout the supply chain.

This International Standard establishes the principles and specifies the basic requirements for the design and implementation of a traceability system throughout the food supply chain. Traceability is a mandatory requirement for any company in the food chain, as established in the Special Regime 178/2002for Food Safety. This Standard facilitates the implementation of a robust traceability system that goes well beyond compliance with the legal requirements.

​As it is based on management, ISO 22005 certification can be integrated with the ISO 9001​​​​​​, and any other food safety standards: FSSC, BRC, IFS​, ISO 22000 as it features all of the aforementioned traceability models as a fundamental pillar.

Your organisation obtains the certificate and user licence of the AENOR Mark for Traceability Management Systems, as well as the user licence of the IQNET mark.

Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the AENORnet and a subscription to the AENOR monthly magazine.

AENOR Mark for Traceability Management Systems

Traceability Management Systems 

​AENOR has certified several organisations with the Standard ISO 22005