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GFSI Conference
nice, France
25th-28th
February 2019
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  • GFSI Web Series Lifts the Lid on Business Growth through Food Safety in Mexico and Nigeria - 2019/03/19

    GFSI’s Global Markets Programme helps advance food safety across coffee, spices, and cacao exports in Mexico and Nigerian cocoa production.

    GFSI’s Global Markets Programme helps advance food safety across coffee, spices, and cacao exports in Mexico and Nigerian cocoa production.

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  • GFSI Conference 2019 Showcases Leadership & Innovation in the Face of Change - 2019/03/06

    The 2019 GFSI Conference, organised by The Consumer Goods Forum’s Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), came to a successful close last week with more than 1000 delegates from the food industry, government and academia from over 60 countries joining the event at Nice Acropolis in France.

    The 2019 GFSI Conference, organised by The Consumer Goods Forum’s Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), came to a successful close last week with more than 1000 delegates from the food industry, government and academia from over 60 countries joining the event at Nice Acropolis in France.

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  • Preparing for the Future of Food Safety: Highlights from the GFSI Conference 2019 - 2019/02/28

     The 18th edition of the GFSI Conference drew to a close this afternoon, after four days packed with insights, productive conversations and opportunities to connect. The event attracted over 1000 delegates, who represented more than 60 countries and spanned the food industry, academia and the public sector, making it the largest event GFSI has ever held in Europe.

     The 18th edition of the GFSI Conference drew to a close this afternoon, after four days packed with insights, productive conversations and opportunities to connect. The event attracted over 1000 delegates, who represented more than 60 countries and spanned the food industry, academia and the public sector, making it the largest event GFSI has ever held in Europe

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  • 5 Steps to Supply Chain Transparency - 2019/03/07

    The demand for supply chain transparency is well-established. Businesses are not wondering whether transparency should be a priority, but when and how measures should be implemented. Greater visibility means safer products, more resilient supply chains, and increased consumer trust. The time to act is now. How do you get started?

    The demand for supply chain transparency is well-established. Businesses are not wondering whether transparency should be a priority, but when and how measures should be implemented. Greater visibility means safer products, more resilient supply chains, and increased consumer trust. The time to act is now. How do you get started?

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  • Four Emerging Challenges for Food Businesses — And How to Address Them - 2019/02/18

    The food industry is sure to undergo a radical transformation in the coming decades. What changes should we expect, and how should food businesses prepare to face these challenges both now and in the future?

    The food industry is sure to undergo a radical transformation in the coming decades. What changes should we expect, and how should food businesses prepare to face these challenges both now and in the future?

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  • Decrease Food Safety Threats with Microbiological Decontamination - 2019/02/15

    One of the most effective ways to help ensure your facility is properly sanitized is by integrating microbiological decontamination. This technique uses chlorine dioxide gas to help remove all forms of microbial life that could threaten food safety – in turn, helping protect your products and facility.

    One of the most effective ways to help ensure your facility is properly sanitized is by integrating microbiological decontamination. This technique uses chlorine dioxide gas to help remove all forms of microbial life that could threaten food safety – in turn, helping protect your products and facility.

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