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nice, France
25th-28th
February 2019
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France Retakes the Global Food Safety Spotlight at GFSI 2019

2019 marks the first year since 2006 that the GFSI Conference will take place in France, the birthplace of the Global Food Safety Initiative, after travelling to locales as distant as Kuala Lumpur, Houston and Tokyo. We are honoured to serve as co-chairs for this historic homecoming. 

2019 marks the first year since 2006 that the GFSI Conference will take place in France, the birthplace of the Global Food Safety Initiative, after travelling to locales as distant as Kuala Lumpur, Houston and Tokyo. We are honoured to serve as co-chairs for this historic homecoming. 

Food Safety and Technology - A Look into Japanese Agricultural Data Collaboration Platform 'WAGRI'

The Communications Working Group of the GFSI Japan Local Group interviewed Professor Shinjo about the background, construction and future of his platform “WAGRI”, an agricultural data collaboration platform that shares the data required for agriculture online.

The Communications Working Group of the GFSI Japan Local Group interviewed Professor Shinjo about the background, construction and future of his platform “WAGRI”, an agricultural data collaboration platform that shares the data required for agriculture online.

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  • The World’s Leading Voices on Food Safety Tackle Emerging Challenges at the GFSI Conference - 2019/01/17

    The hand-picked roster of speakers for the upcoming GFSI Conference includes leaders like Emmanuel Faber, Chairman and CEO of Danone and Dirk van de Put, CEO of Mondelēz International who provide commentary on why their companies will be participating once again in the global food safety conversation with the GFSI community this February.

    The hand-picked roster of speakers for the upcoming GFSI Conference includes leaders like Emmanuel Faber, Chairman and CEO of Danone and Dirk van de Put, CEO of Mondelēz International who provide commentary on why their companies will be participating once again in the global food safety conversation with the GFSI community this February.

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  • 9 Hot Topics for Food Safety in 2019 and Beyond - 2019/01/10

    The plenaries aren’t the only must-see programming at the GFSI Conference 2019. Over the three-day conference, the plenary room will sometimes split into smaller, more intimate spaces to host concurrent breakouts: sessions that take a deep dive into key topics affecting the food industry.

    The plenaries aren’t the only must-see programming at the GFSI Conference 2019. Over the three-day conference, the plenary room will sometimes split into smaller, more intimate spaces to host concurrent breakouts: sessions that take a deep dive into key topics affecting the food industry.

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  • GFSI Participates in a Train the Trainer Programme in Laos Organised by the Asian Productivity Organization - 2019/01/08

    On December 10–14, GFSI was honoured to serve as a resource in a training-of-trainers programme conducted by the Asian Productivity Organization (APO), the Lao National Productivity Organisation and the Lao Department of Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion in Lao PDR.

    On December 10–14, GFSI was honoured to serve as a resource in a training-of-trainers programme conducted by the Asian Productivity Organization (APO), the Lao National Productivity Organisation and the Lao Department of Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion in Lao PDR. APO is a regional intergovernmental organisation operating for over 50 years to contribute to the sustainable socioeconomic development of Asia and Pacific through enhancing productivity.

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  • Traceability Provides the Trusted Foundation for Global Food Safety - 2019/01/18

    As food safety challenges intensify worldwide, global traceability is needed more than ever. Today’s traceability systems must be interoperable and scalable, providing all stakeholders in the food supply chain with an easy way to collaborate and share information. GS1 standards provide the needed framework for global visibility of food products as they travel from grower to consumer.

    As food safety challenges intensify worldwide, global traceability is needed more than ever. Today’s traceability systems must be interoperable and scalable, providing all stakeholders in the food supply chain with an easy way to collaborate and share information. GS1 standards provide the needed framework for global visibility of food products as they travel from grower to consumer.

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  • Sakamoto Kurozu - A 200-Year-Old Traditional Manufacturing Method Complies with FSMA - 2019/01/08

    We sat down for an interview with Sakamoto Kurozu, Inc. which promotes the sale of amber rice vinegar with traditional techniques that have lasted for 200 years. Sakamoto Kurozu, Inc. promotes sales to domestic and overseas markets namely the US, and we learned about their development in acquiring a GFSI-recognised certification.

    We sat down for an interview with Sakamoto Kurozu, Inc. which promotes the sale of amber rice vinegar with traditional techniques that have lasted for 200 years. Sakamoto Kurozu, Inc. promotes sales to domestic and overseas markets namely the US, and we learned about their development in acquiring a GFSI-recognised certification.

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  • The World Bank Publishes a Pathway to Food Safety in Developing Markets - 2018/12/21

    The issue of food safety in developing markets is attracting increasing attention at GFSI and other organisations that concern themselves with the well-being of consumers, and for good reason — unsafe food costs low- and middle-income countries about $110 billion in lost productivity and medical expenses each year. In order to reduce this colossal loss, the World Bank and collaborating partners have prepared a guide to improving food safety which will be shared in summary form at the GFSI Conference this February.

    The issue of food safety in developing markets is attracting increasing attention at GFSI and other organisations that concern themselves with the well-being of consumers, and for good reason — unsafe food costs low- and middle-income countries about $110 billion in lost productivity and medical expenses each year. In order to reduce this colossal loss, the World Bank and collaborating partners have prepared a guide to improving food safety which will be shared in summary form at the GFSI Conference this February.

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