Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali has earned HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) certification - a highly coveted accreditation for food safety.
Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali is the first hotel on the island to be awarded this accreditation certifying that all aspects of the resort’s food production operation complies with the stringent standards of bio-safety set by HAACP.
system is an internationally recognized food safety system that covers all steps of food preparation from the supplier through to delivery, storage, preparation and final service to guests. The certification process demands substantial training and strict implementation of HACCP
policies and procedures, including systematic documentation, analysis and process verification to control and monitor risks at every step of the food service chain.
Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali’s
Loss Prevention Manager, Arthur Lumintang, commented: “The road to HACCP
certification is not an easy one, but that’s a great testament to the stringent process that’s 18 months in the making. What’s even more rewarding is the awareness and education we’ve afforded our food-handling employees. This all goes towards enhancing the overall experience for our guests, and for that we are really delighted.”
“At Holiday Inn we want our guests to relax and truly be themselves – and part of that promise is a worry-free stay where every aspect of our guests’ well-being is being looked after. This recognition reflects our commitment and I’m very proud of the team for having achieved such an important accreditation for food safety,” said general manager, Stephane Varoquier.
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