A Systematic Review on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) in Southeast Asia Countries
Keywords:Food safety; HACCP; Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point; Food industry
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a food safety management system which has been
recognised as an essential tool in securing food safety. This systematic review aims to assess the current
situation and compliance of HACCP system in Southeast Asia as well as the challenges that influence the
compliance of the system. Three electronic databases were used for search, which is Science Direct, Scopus
and Web of Science. The terms used in the search include food safety, Hazard Analysis Critical Control
Point (HACCP), hazard analysis, critical control point and food industry. Fifteen articles met the criteria
for inclusion in the review. Five studies were conducted in Thailand, three in Malaysia and Indonesia, and
two in the Philippines and Vietnam. This review found that there are certain motives for the application of
HACCP, and most of the reviewed studies comply with the HACCP principle accordingly.
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