The Coca-Cola Company
Process of Quality Control
Quality control is a process employed to ensure a certain level of quality in a product or service.
To ensure such quality, the Coca-Cola system is governed by The Coca-Cola Management System (TCCMS). TCCMS is an integrated quality management program, which holds all operations system-wide to the same standards for production and distribution of beverages. It guarantees the highest standards in the management of product quality, the environment, and health and safety throughout the Coca-Cola system.
TCCMS has endorsement from all leadership throughout the Coca-Cola system. It guides the product safety and quality by integrating and aligning business and quality objectives with consistent metrics to monitor performance; integrating preventive action as a management tool, including more rigorous demands when planning new product and service introductions; incorporating Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) into our system standards; and defining problem-solving methodologies and tools to drive continuous product safety and quality improvements.
DASANI- Quality check
Before a bottle of DASANI is ready for distribution to consumers, eight key activities take place as part of the manufacturing process. Though initial water treatment and interim processing steps may vary slightly depending upon plant location and source water quality, bottled water production always includes these processes.
Sourcing the Water
In addition to the testing performed by the supplier, source water quality is monitored annually against all United states food and Drug Administration(FDA) quality standards and additional parameters included in The Coca-Cola quality audits.
Initial Water Treatment
Each step of a state-of-the-art multiple-barrier water treatment system is monitored either automatically or manually with the same rigor and frequency dedicated to other...
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