Food Safety & Hygiene Audit

Food safety is used as a scientific method/discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness.

The principles of food safety aim to prevent food from becoming contaminated and causing food poisoning.

Audits are a crucial component of maintaining food safety standards and certification, by providing transparency and assurance that standards are being maintained. This transparency increases the collaborative capacity of stakeholders across the supply chain, and enhances safety, efficiency and continual improvement within individual organizations

Pillars of Food Safety and Hygiene

  • Cleaning and Sanitizing

  • Personal Hygiene

  • Food Storage

  • Temperature Control

  • Food Handling

Nowadays, the increased interest of consumers on food safety and quality matters, triggered mainly by recent food scandals, has enabled the public and private food sectors to develop a variety of food safety and quality standards.

The term ‘food safety’ encompasses all the important practices that businesses must follow to ensure food is fit for consumption. ‘Food hygiene’ is one of these important practices, which means it’s a subcategory of ‘food safety’.

Food Safety and Standards (Food Safety Auditing) Regulations, 2018 mandates certification for all food handling organization.

EGSS is authorized under SAFETIED to perform FSSAI regulatory and non-regulatory audits for the purpose of certification, hygiene and compliance.

We also perform inspection for Hygiene Ratings (Star Ratings). FSSAI Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is an online, transparent scoring and rating process which aims to allow consumers to make informed choices about the places where they eat out & through these choices, encourage businesses to improve their hygiene standards & thus reduce the incidence of food-borne illness.

We also conduct Awareness programme on Orange Book by FSSAI, a guiding book for "Safe and Nutritious Food at Workplace". Orange Book is organized into three parts that contains specific measures to ensure safe and nutritious food by all these three categories:

  • HR/Administration
  • Canteen & Cafeteria
  • Employees


  • Regulatory Compliance

  • FSSAI certification

  • Hygiene Rating (Star Rating)

  • FSSAI Orange Book Implementation

  • Food vendor audit on behalf of organization


  • Qualified FBOs need to have FSSAI License/ Registration and follow schedule 4 requirements.

  • Train all food handlers and appoint a certified Food Safety Supervisors. Access FSS training portal "FOSTAC" to get more information.

  • Must have Food Safety Display Boards prominently displayed in the premises.

  • Get food samples tested periodically


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