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Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing Sets Food Safety Benchmarks with HACCP Certification

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing has been awarded the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System (HACCP) certification – one of the most sought-after food safety system accreditations in the hospitality and food industries.  The hotel also holds the distinction of being one of the hotels in China to become HACCP certified.

The HACCP focuses on preventing hazards that could cause food-borne illnesses by applying science-based controls, from raw material to finished product.  Its methodology is based on seven key principles: hazard analysis, critical control points identification, establishing critical limits, monitoring procedures, corrective actions, verification procedures, and record-keeping and documentation.

Through the HACCP programme, the food and beverage team members work closely to understand, assess and enhance operations and food safety practices.  The main guidelines, which are the key to a successful food safety system, consist of food purchasing, transportation, storage, processing and service.  All staff strictly follow the Shangri-La group’s food safety management policies and undergo intensive training on HACCP principles to ensure customer satisfaction. 
The hotel’s dedicated food hygienist oversees implementation of the HACCP through education, training, execution and maintenance of the programme, in addition to the existing Shangri-La Food Safety Management System, which was designed according to HACCP principles.

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing is strategically located in the north-eastern area of Beijing’s central business district, just 20 minutes from Beijing Capital International Airport and the new China International Exhibition Centre.  Well-positioned between the Third Embassy District, Wang Jing Hi Tech Park and Lido Place, the hotel features 403 guestrooms and suites with open views of the adjacent park and city skyline.

The hotel’s Grand Ballroom and 15 flexible meeting rooms are all fitted with the latest conferencing systems, making it an ideal choice for meeting, incentive, conference and exhibition (MICE) participants and delegations.

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing was named one of the “Ten Best Newly Opened Hotels in China” at the 2010 Hospitality Industry Summit.  In 2011, the hotel received the Gold Champion Award and was named one of the Best Business Hotels at the Hospitality Industry Summit.  Moreover, the hotel received the Certificate of Excellence consecutively from 2012 to 2014 from TripAdvisor.  In 2013, Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing received the 8th International Hotel Platinum Award – Top Ten City Charm Hotels.  On 15 March 2014, it received the “Best Hotel Service Award” from the Beijing Youth Daily Group for its outstanding hospitality and processional service.  Recently, the hotel received the China Travel & Meeting Industry Award for “Best Middle-Range Hotel of the Year”

Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently owns and/or manages nearly 90 hotels under the Shangri-La brand, with a room inventory of over 37,000. Traders hotels cater to today's savvy and passionate traveller with brilliant simplicity and warm sincerity. They provide a friendly yet professional environment designed to complement guests at work, rest or play. Based in major business centres in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Traders Hotels are the practical choice for business and leisure travelers.

Traders Hotels are located in Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Changzhou, Dubai, Johor, Kuala Lumpur, Shenyang and Singapore. The group has a substantial development pipeline with upcoming projects in Mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Qatar and Sri Lanka. For more information and reservations, please contact a travel professional or access the website at

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Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing 2 Dongsihuan Beilu (NE 4th Ring Road, SE of Xiaoyun Bridge), Chaoyang District, Beijing


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