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Supply Chain Associate
11 February 2014
Biscuits Bofin is a family owned company and was founded in 1954, under the name Julien Van den Wijngaert & Zn. In 1957, the name Bofin was adopted. Brands: Bofin (about 10%), but mostly Belgian retail brands and some bulk products (for packing by customer, no co-packing). Product groups: only 1 product group which are biscuit products. These can be split up in biscuits (e.g. nic nac) and wafers, which both can be treated after baking e.g. putting cream (iced gem) or chocolate on it. Company processes: There are 2 different types of production lines and y packing lines. The company operates with 2 types of ovens. There are 4 "biscuit" ovens and 2 "waffle" (wafer biscuits) ovens. HACCP-plan is detailed per line, but can we summarised to one HACCP product group (baked products max Aw 0,5). Palm oil is used as an ingredient in the biscuit production.
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