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Sharing best practices was a key focus of the recent Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo, Japan (5-8 March 2018). Both Land O’Lakes and McDonald’s, who were featured speakers at Diversey’ special session, stressed the need to continually work to improve existing food safety measures with technology;

Sharing best practices was a key focus of the recent Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo, Japan (5-8 March 2018). Both Land O’Lakes and McDonald’s, who were featured speakers at Diversey’ special session, stressed the need to continually work to improve existing food safety measures with technology.

Read more: How Technology Can Help Improve Your Food Safety Culture

SGS is pleased and proud to have been a sponsor, exhibitor and host at the 2018 Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. During the event, SGS hosted two presentations led by its industry experts.

SGS is pleased and proud to have been a sponsor, exhibitor and host at the 2018 Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. During the event, SGS hosted two presentations led by its industry experts.

Read more: SGS – Proud Sponsor, Exhibitor and Host at Global Food Safety Conference 2018

On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

Read more: Carrots vs. Sticks: A Blockchain Platform Ecosystem

The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) first published a position paper in 2014 in which the GFSI Board recognised “the importance of food fraud mitigation and the urgency to start performing food fraud vulnerability assessments and implementing associated control plans.”

The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) first published a position paper in 2014 in which the GFSI Board recognised “the importance of food fraud mitigation and the urgency to start performing food fraud vulnerability assessments and implementing associated control plans.”

Read more: Tackling Food Fraud Through Food Safety Management Systems

Exciting times are here again for the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements. Version 7.2 was released at our annual Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. Over the last 17 years the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements have evolved considerably. As the food industry adapts and changes, we’re always looking to keep up to date and reflect best practices.

Exciting times are here again for the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements. Version 7.2 was released at our annual Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. Over the last 17 years the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements have evolved considerably. As the food industry adapts and changes, we’re always looking to keep up to date and reflect best practices.

Read more: Introducing the Latest Version of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements

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