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Title: Report of the baseline audit of the food safety and quality management systems of pro bio foods company (a small-scale fruit juice and chocolate drinks coconut making company), Accra, Ghana
Authors: Johnson, P. N. T.
Essel, K.
Atupra, F.
Gayin, J.
Keywords: Food safety;Food sanitation;Quality assurance;Chocolate drinks;Fruit juices;Fruit juice industry;Ghana;Small scale enterprises;Food safety quality management systems;Quality management systems
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR),Food Research Institute, Ghana
Abstract: The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation in Ghana is presently undertaking a program aimed at assisting the Government of Ghana to accelerate the industrialisation of Ghana. This program is called the Integrated Programme (IP) and is titled "Capacity Building for Growth Oriented and Competitive Micro-, Small-, and Medium-scale Enterprise (MSME) Development". One of the key components of this program is referred to as the Food Component of the IP. The overall objective of this component is to improve the competitiveness of the MSMEs food manufacturing companies in Ghana
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