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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

For Industry

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How many critical control points (CCPs) should there be in a HACCP plan?

A HACCP plan need only have as many CCPs as the processor deems necessary to control the hazards that are reasonably likely to occur as identified in the hazard analysis for that product.

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