A step-by-step recognised capability building programme for food safety systems that supports governments and regulators, suppliers, consumers, retailers, food service providers and brand manufacturers alike. A pathway to GFSI- recognised certification.
The 2016 Global Food Safety Conference in Berlin provided great insight into the challenges and opportunities that are top-of-mind for food safety experts around the world. The importance of collaboration across the supply chain emerged as a key theme in many discussions.
The need for collaboration highlights the importance of learnings that can come from organizations involved in food-related businesses at points along the supply chain. Working with various operations provides unique visibility – and a genuine interest in sharing best practices – in food safety across the supply chain. Preventing cross-contamination at animal production and food processing facilities as well as providing hand hygiene programs for restaurant employees requires involvement across multiple industries to meet diverse food safety needs. This approach ensures that food is kept safe everywhere.
Looking at just one food, cheese, you can see differences and similarities in the food safety challenges along with supply chain – and how food safety solutions can be leveraged to help solve challenges in others.