I am moving premises shortly and want to build the ideal layout for my production and packaging that will also be BRC compliant.
The last "food" stage will be lifting biscuits off trays and onto the flow wrapper in-feed. The biscuits are wrapped individually.
The other end of the flow wrapper currently drops the wrapped biscuits into a box which is then carried out to the packaging area for counting into smaller boxes.
In the new premises, if I make a hatch for the flow wrapper, it could deliver the biscuits to the packaging area, but then the production room wouldn't be sealed.
If the flow wrapper is in the bagging area, I would be carrying unwrapped biscuits out of the production area for bagging.
What is the ideal layout for moving from finished biscuit to bagged biscuit?
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