What Does the IFS Standard Cover?
IFS was established in 2003 under the name of International Food Standard and is an institution formed by Germany & France & Italy & Spain Retailers.
IFS Standard Field Keywords
- Standard Risk Management (HACCP, FMEA etc.)
- ISO Quality Management system requirements
- ISO 22716 GMP Cosmetics requirements
- Customer specifications
- Corrective actions
IFS Standard Key Objectives
- The establishment of a common standard covering a uniform evaluation system,
- Working with accredited certification bodies and authorized auditors approved by IFS,
- Ensuring comparability and transparency over the entire supply chain,
- To save cost and time for both suppliers and retailers.
IFS HPC Version 2
Daily Household Consumables
Personnel Hygiene Products
- Field 1. – Cosmetic Products
Shampoo, hair care products, perfume and deodorants, toothpaste, wet wipes, perfume, nail polish, cream types, tanning products, eye pencils and care products, lipstick, lipstick, shaving foam, aftershave care products, etc.
- Field 2. – Household Chemicals
Detergents, softeners, cleaning and polishing chemicals, air fresheners, air fresheners, shoe polishes, scented candles, waxes, pesticides, etc.
- Field 3. – Daily Household Consumables
Disposable forks, knives, plates, etc. , napkin, kitchen roll paper, coffee filter, aluminum foil, baking paper, stretch films, storage containers, sponge for home, gloves for home, broom, mop etc.
- Field 4. – Personnel Hygiene Products
Paper towels, napkins and toilet Papers, toothbrushes, toothpicks and dental supplies, baby diapers, combs, hair brushes, feminine hygiene products (tampons, pads, etc.), tweezers, manicure set, cotton products and cotton pads, bath sponge, sterile non-adhesive band-aids, aged wipes, baby wipes, etc.