Motivation For and Cost of HACCP in Indian Food Processing Industry

@inproceedings{Deodhar2003MotivationFA,
  title={Motivation For and Cost of HACCP in Indian Food Processing Industry},
  author={Satish Y. Deodhar},
  year={2003}
}
  • Satish Y. Deodhar
  • Published 2003
To remain quality competitive in the post-WTO regime, Indian food processing firms would have to adopt a food safety management system Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP). It is necessary to understand, therefore, in what way the system benefits firms, and, what are the costs of HACCP implementation. This paper does that. Data on reasons for and cost of HACCP implementation was generated through questionnaire survey of food processing firms. Analysis was performed using factor… CONTINUE READING
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