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GFSI Global Markets Programme Background

When the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) was established in 2000, it was done so with the main purpose of reducing audit costs and unnecessary duplication due to multiple food safety audits, whilst still ensuring a supply of safe food.  Global stakeholders put together requirements for the benchmarking of existing food safety schemes at the HACCP level were developed against which these schemes could be evaluated and recognised, thereby creating equivalence across the schemes applying for recognition.  
In 2008 the GFSI recognised that there were many food businesses across the world, in both developed and developing countries, which were faced with enormous challenges in implementing the GFSI recognised food safety schemes. These small and/or less developed businesses would benefit significantly from a programme that would assist them through a continuous improvement process to develop to the point where the implementation of a GFSI recognised food safety management scheme could be considered.


Global Markets Programme


Global Markets Working Groups

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