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GFSI Chile Team at the 2nd Food Safety Culture Workshop in the Maule Region

GFSI Chile Team at the 2nd Food Safety Culture Workshop in the Maule Region
November 2018
Chile

Thanks to the support of the member companies on our GFSI Chile team, GFSI is pleased to participate in the Food Safety Culture Workshop in the Maule Region in Chile this November. This work fits within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) GFSI recently formed with Achipia (Chilean Agency for Quality and Food Safety). The event includes a Seminar on Food Safety Culture where around 150 people from the food industry, the academic sector and the public sector are attending. Additionally, a series of artistic activities and experiences related to food safety at schools is taking place, with the participation of more than 2000 children. The event will be held on 8th of November on the Campus of the University of Talca.

 
 

GFSI Conference Committee Meeting

GFSI Conference Committee Meeting
September, 2018
Nice, France 

We're looking forward to the 2019 GFSI Conference even more after a great Conference committee meeting today in Nice. Thank you to all who participated in the productive day of planning the largest collaborative conversation on food safety advancement. 

 

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