The European hygiene regulations (for feed and food) require companies that produce vegetable oils and fats for animal and human consumption to prepare and maintain a risk analysis. This risk analysis must be based on HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) principles. MVO makes use of sectoral HACCP based risk analysis made in collaboration with or by other industry associations.

Safe Food and Feed– a Responsibility of the Business Sector

Pursuant to the General Food Law Regulation, companies that produce vegetable oils and fats are responsible for ensuring that the food and feed they supply is safe. This General Food Law Regulation imposes a large number of conditions on food and feed producers relating to various matters such as inspection, traceability and labelling, removing unsafe products from circulation and reporting these actions to government.

HACCP-based Risk Analysis

The European Hygiene Regulations (for feed and food) furthermore require companies that produce vegetable oils and fats for animal and human consumption to prepare and maintain a risk analysis. This risk analysis must be based on HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) principles. This is a system that enables companies to manage any risks that are key to feed and food safety.

Sector Risk Analysis

MVO refers to sectoral risk analysis that were prepared in close collaboration with FEDIOL, EFPRA and EFISC-GTP. 

Last modified: October 15, 2020 14:06