Andaz Delhi has been awarded the ISO 22000:2005 certification, a food safety management system, which can be applied to any business in the food chain from farm to fork.
Andaz Delhi ensures that they follow the established code of food hygiene practices that are applicable nationally as well as internationally. Andaz Delhi follows food safety and hygiene regulations through close monitoring, verifications and training of employees, involvement of people and delegation of authorities.
With a global framework of internationally harmonised requirements, ISO’s Food Safety Management standards help organisations identify and control food safety hazards to ensure that food is safe at the time of human consumption. As many of today’s food products repeatedly cross national boundaries, international standards are needed to ensure the safety of the global food supply chain.
ISO 22000:2005 also requires a business to have created a fully documented system in place and implemented which includes: programmes to ensure a clean sanitary environment, hazard analysis and critical control plan to prevent food safety hazards, and established food safety standards throughout the organisation at all levels.
Madhav Sehgal, General Manager, Andaz Delhi said, “Achieving the ISO 22000:2005 is a testament to the Andaz Delhi’s commitment to excellence. This indeed a matter of pride and the credit for this outstanding accreditation goes to our entire team and I am grateful to them for all their efforts.”