Obtaining a distribution permit for fresh food of plant origin is a process involving various permits, regulations and standards that must be met before fresh food of plant origin can be traded or consumed by the public. This is done to ensure that the food is safe, of good quality, and in accordance with applicable regulations.
Fresh Food of Plant Origin or PSAT for short is food of plant origin that can be consumed directly or that can become raw material for processed food after undergoing processing. The minimum includes washing, peeling, cooling, freezing, cutting, drying, salting, mixing, grinding, dipping, and other processes without the addition of other food additives, with the exception of coating with other permitted auxiliary materials to extend the shelf life.
In PSAT there is PSAT Safety where PSA Safety is the conditions and efforts needed to prevent PSAT from the possibility of biological, chemical, and other objects that can interfere with, harm, and endanger human health and do not conflict with religion, beliefs, and culture of the community so that it is safe for consumption.
Where for the term PSAT itself has many meanings where the Quality of Fresh Food of Plant Origin, hereinafter referred to as PSAT Quality, is a value determined on the basis of safety criteria and food nutritional content. Also, the Food Safety Competent Authority, hereinafter abbreviated as OKKP, is a work unit of the Government and Regional Government at the provincial / regency / city level, so you already understand what the meaning of PSAT itself is.
As an example, vegetables and fruits as products that are often consumed directly by the public, so to ensure the safety and quality of PSAT in circulation, supervision must be carried out starting from the stages of production, harvest, post-harvest, distribution process to consumers, which in this case is the community Supervision of the safety and quality of Fresh Food of Plant Origin in circulation is carried out by Food Security Division Officers of the Food Security and Agriculture Service.
The process of obtaining a fresh food of plant origin distribution license may vary from country to country. The following are the steps:
By following these steps, obtaining a fresh food of plant origin distribution permit can run smoothly and ensure that the product meets all the necessary standards before it can be traded or consumed.
If you have any questions and inquiries regarding our PSAT distribution permit process, please feel free to ask us and our staff will be happy to assist and provide solutions to your needs.