Storage can be simply a planned and controlled space for handling and keeping goods at certain period of time while distribution on the other hand is a process of making the stored goods available for consumption by users and final consumers. All materials including raw materials, ingredients, packaging, in process products, rework, quarantined product and finished product are stored in a clean storage area to protect them from contamination sources. It is mandatory to store materials in an appropriate manner in order to ensure that storage does not represent a risk of contamination or an opportunity for hazards to be present. Temperatures must be controlled, humidity and other environmental conditions must be determined as required by product or storage specifications. In distribution, vehicle hygiene must be kept ensuring there is no risk of contamination prior to proceed to the process. Another thing to consider is that correct temperatures must be used. For example, chilled distribution temperature must be at 5°C maximum and frozen distribution at minus 18°C.