The Global Food Safety Initiative website aims to provide you with any information that you may need about our programme. In this section you will find:
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the GFSI or presenting the Initiative to those around you, this slideshow presentation will help you. It covers what the GFSI is, how it works and how it benefits various stakeholders working within the GFSI framework. Please note that an update is coming very soon!
Here we’ve answered your most frequently asked questions. Feel free to consult this interactively on our Frequently Asked Questions page or download the PDF here.
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The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) hosted our largest Global Food Safety Conference so far and welcomed over 1,100 delegates from 53 countries to Anaheim, California, USA on 26-28 February 2014. Our annual event, now in its 13th year and returning to the USA after Barcelona last year, has established itself as the leading business driven food safety event of the year.
11th Global Food Safety Conference
Over 940 food safety experts and decision makers from the food industry gathered in Orlando, USA for the 11th Global Food Safety Conference representing 50 different countries. The theme of the conference was Advancing Global Food Safety through collaboration.
10th Global Food Safety Conference
The Consumer Goods Forum and GFSI welcomed 745 delegates from 60 countries worldwide to the Global Food Safety Conference in London. The theme of the conference was Creating a Global Food Safety Culture. The event saw significant growth in the representation of policy makers from public authorities and academia from around the world.
9th Global Food Safety Conference
675 delegates from 39 countries attended the first North American edition of the Global Food Safety Conference that took place in Washington D.C. The theme of the conference was Connecting the Pieces – a Global Food Safety Framework for the 21st Century.