Nevertheless, it is considered that the application of HACCP can be broader, for example for quality attributes (Peters, 1997; Mortimore and Wallace, 1998), where the identification of the CQP?s follows the same principle as applied for CCP?s in the HACCP plan (Luning et al, 2007). Thus, for implementation of CQP?s it is important to follow the same stepwise logic as used for CCP?s and CQP have the same relative significance as a CCP in the production process (Peters, 1997). However, with changes on the terminology, e.g. hazard is replaced by quality defect or quality deterioration and the CCP decision tree should be adjusted to CQP decision tree. Still, according to Ali (2012), in most of the studies concrete methodologies on how to assign critical quality points are not pinpointed. Moreover, is questionable by this author if the HACCP principles are simply applicable in the same straightforward manner to quality attributes as for safety attributes.