Several methods can be used to conduct a food defence threat assessment, one of which is the KAT method. Here are the steps involved in this method:
1.Coating, Mixing, Grinding, and Rework
2.Ingredient staging, preparation, and addition
3.Liquid receiving and loading
4.Lastly, liquid storage, handling, and surge tanks
The aforementioned activities represent common high-risk processes within a food facility.