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Food Safety Culture

  • La GFSI es clave para la seguridad alimentaria en Japón según objetivo del año 2020 y más allá

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

  • La GFSI es clave para la seguridad alimentaria en Japón según objetivo del año 2020 y más allá

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

  • La GFSI es clave para la seguridad alimentaria en Japón según objetivo del año 2020 y más allá (3)

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

    El Grupo Local de Japón de la Iniciativa Global para la Seguridad Alimentaria (Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI) se ha fijado a sí mismo un objetivo para el año 2020, cuando Tokio dará la bienvenida a miles de atletas y fans del deporte de todo el mundo, para que más de 6.000 plantas de elaboración de alimentos se certifiquen con un programa reconocido por la GFSI o para que se embarquen en un Programa de Mercados Globales de la GFSI, un camino hacia la certificación.

  • 2020年を目標に日本における食品安全の鍵としてのGFSIを醸成

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI:Global Food Safety Initiative)の日本ローカルグループは、2020年世界中から数千人のアスリートとスポーツファンを東京に受け入れるため、国内の6千以上の食品生産施設がGFSI承認の認証プログラムで認められるか、認証に通じるGFSIグローバル・マーケット・プログラム(Global Markets Programme)を開始する目標年に設定しました。

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI:Global Food Safety Initiative)の日本ローカルグループは、2020年世界中から数千人のアスリートとスポーツファンを東京に受け入れるため、国内の6千以上の食品生産施設がGFSI承認の認証プログラムで認められるか、認証に通じるGFSIグローバル・マーケット・プログラム(Global Markets Programme)を開始する目標年に設定しました。

  • 2020年を目標に日本における食品安全の鍵としてのGFSIを醸成

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI:Global Food Safety Initiative)の日本ローカルグループは、2020年世界中から数千人のアスリートとスポーツファンを東京に受け入れるため、国内の6千以上の食品生産施設がGFSI承認の認証プログラムで認められるか、認証に通じるGFSIグローバル・マーケット・プログラム(Global Markets Programme)を開始する目標年に設定しました。

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI:Global Food Safety Initiative)の日本ローカルグループは、2020年世界中から数千人のアスリートとスポーツファンを東京に受け入れるため、国内の6千以上の食品生産施設がGFSI承認の認証プログラムで認められるか、認証に通じるGFSIグローバル・マーケット・プログラム(Global Markets Programme)を開始する目標年に設定しました。

  • 5 Reasons to Join Us at the GFSI Conference in Nice

    After 17 editions around the globe, the 2019 GFSI Conference is heading to sunny Nice to put the future of food safety under the microscope. Under the theme Emerging Challenges & The Future of Food Safety, the 2019 conference will be the time and place for today’s industry to prepare for tomorrow’s safe food supply.

    After 17 editions around the globe, the 2019 GFSI Conference is heading to sunny Nice to put the future of food safety under the microscope. Under the theme Emerging Challenges & The Future of Food Safety, the 2019 conference will be the time and place for today’s industry to prepare for tomorrow’s safe food supply.

  • A Culture of Food Safety

    GFSI is very proud to publish the results of 18 months of work from our Technical Working Group on Food Safety Culture. This multi-stakeholder group produced a practical document to help food industry professionals establish and maintain a culture of food safety within their respective organisations.

    GFSI is very proud to publish the results of 18 months of work from our Technical Working Group on Food Safety Culture. This multi-stakeholder group produced a practical document to help food industry professionals establish and maintain a culture of food safety within their respective organisations.

  • Collaboration, Culture and Capacity Building Will Take Centre Stage at GFSI’s Global Food Safety Conference 2018

    Food safety, transparency, and traceability are top of mind these days for everyone; from the CEO of a food and beverage company all the way to the individual consumer. In this environment of consumer awareness and digital transformation, how can we ensure food safety for consumers everywhere? The Global Food Safety Initiative has made it their mandate to advance innovation and collaboration around this question, weaving it into the fabric of the 17th instance of our Global Food Safety Conference taking place in Tokyo from 5-8 March 2018.

    Food safety, transparency, and traceability are top of mind these days for everyone; from the CEO of a food and beverage company all the way to the individual consumer. In this environment of consumer awareness and digital transformation, how can we ensure food safety for consumers everywhere? The Global Food Safety Initiative has made it their mandate to advance innovation and collaboration around this question, weaving it into the fabric of the 17th instance of our Global Food Safety Conference taking place in Tokyo from 5-8 March 2018.

  • Experts from Around the World Convene in Minneapolis to Tackle Global Food Safety Issues

    Food safety experts are rolling up their sleeves once again for two days of working group meetings this week within the context of GFSI’s Technical Working Groups. Special thanks to Cargill for kindly hosting these meetings.

    Food safety experts are rolling up their sleeves once again for two days of working group meetings this week within the context of GFSI’s Technical Working Groups. Special thanks to Cargill for kindly hosting these meetings.

  • Food Safety Culture Journey - What If "Culture" Was the Key Word?

    Improving food safety is a never-ending story for organisations. How to create the favourable conditions of a positive and virtuous food safety culture within an organisation? Back in 2000, the year of the GFSI’s creation, “food safety” started a new kind of journey after several crises. At this time, the topic was still considered as a cost line more than a business foundation pillar by many food companies.

    Improving food safety is a never-ending story for organisations. How to create the favourable conditions of a positive and virtuous food safety culture within an organisation? Back in 2000, the year of the GFSI’s creation, “food safety” started a new kind of journey after several crises. At this time, the topic was still considered as a cost line more than a business foundation pillar by many food companies.

  • Food Safety is Everyone’s Business

    Wegmans is a regional supermarket chain in the US that has been around for 100 years. Food safety has never been a competitive issue for us. We pride ourselves on high standards in everything we do, including food safety, and are always looking for best practices that can make us better. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is one such best practice, and we have seen its benefits.

    Wegmans is a regional supermarket chain in the US that has been around for 100 years. Food safety has never been a competitive issue for us. We pride ourselves on high standards in everything we do, including food safety, and are always looking for best practices that can make us better. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is one such best practice, and we have seen its benefits.

  • GFSI as the Key to Food Safety in Japan by 2020 Target and Beyond

    The GFSI Japan Local Group has set themselves a target of 2020, when Tokyo welcomes thousands of athletes and sports fans from around the world, for over 6,000 food production sites to become certified to a GFSI-recognised certification programme or to embark on GFSI’s Global Markets Programme, a pathway to certification.

    The GFSI Japan Local Group has set themselves a target of 2020, when Tokyo welcomes thousands of athletes and sports fans from around the world, for over 6,000 food production sites to become certified to a GFSI-recognised certification programme or to embark on GFSI’s Global Markets Programme, a pathway to certification.

  • Global and Local Perspectives Coming Together in Tokyo

    The world is experiencing growing social and political change. It’s refreshing that the Global Food Safety Conference provides a platform for open discussion and collaboration between international stakeholders across the private and public sectors. We are all working together towards a shared goal: safe food for consumers everywhere.

    The world is experiencing growing social and political change. It’s refreshing that the Global Food Safety Conference provides a platform for open discussion and collaboration between international stakeholders across the private and public sectors. We are all working together towards a shared goal: safe food for consumers everywhere.

  • How the World’s Top Food Brands Drive Food Safety

    As 2017 draws to a close, our sights are set on Tokyo for the industry’s annual rendezvous for the advancement of food safety. The past few years have seen the world’s top food brands forge a bold path towards cultivating a global culture of food safety, providing leadership and expertise across the industry.

    As 2017 draws to a close, our sights are set on Tokyo for the industry’s annual rendezvous for the advancement of food safety. The past few years have seen the world’s top food brands forge a bold path towards cultivating a global culture of food safety, providing leadership and expertise across the industry.

  • Inquiries, Responses and Audits: The Chipotle Effect

    The impact of recent food safety incidents surrounding Chipotle has had a cascade effect throughout the industry.

    In an age where news is reported instantly, those outside the food industry have a heightened awareness and concern over their favorite brands’ commitment to food safety. Conversely, every food industry’s safety and quality operations teams are more than likely putting measures in place to tighten up their supply chain controls and re-evaluate their own food safety programs to ensure that their companies don’t become the next headline.

  • Outside the Auditorium: Opportunities for Delegates at GFSC 2018

    The Global Food Safety Conference is the annual rendezvous for food safety professionals. Delegates have the opportunity to hear talks from leaders in the food industry, learn, network and swap stories and best practices. And the action-packed conference week is more than a series of expert talks. There’s so much more: inspirational special sessions, breakout sessions, tech talks and the chance to experience the culture and history of Japan with our discovery tours.

    The Global Food Safety Conference is the annual rendezvous for food safety professionals. Delegates have the opportunity to hear talks from leaders in the food industry, learn, network and swap stories and best practices. And the action-packed conference week is more than a series of expert talks. There’s so much more: inspirational special sessions, breakout sessions, tech talks and the chance to experience the culture and history of Japan with our discovery tours.

  • Participación del equipo GFSI Chile en la 2da Feria de Cultura de Inocuidad en la Región del Maule

    Gracias al apoyo de las empresas miembro de nuestro equipo de GFSI Chile, GFSI estuvo complacido en participar en la Feria de Cultura de Inocuidad de la Región del Maule en Chile, que tuvo su segunda edición el pasado 8 de noviembre. Esta participación es bajo el marco del Memorando de Entendimiento (MoU) que GFSI firmó recientemente con Achipia (Agencia Chilena para la Calidad y la Seguridad de los Alimentos).

    Gracias al apoyo de las empresas miembro de nuestro equipo de GFSI Chile, GFSI estuvo complacido en participar en la Feria de Cultura de Inocuidad de la Región del Maule en Chile, que tuvo su segunda edición el pasado 8 de noviembre. Esta participación es bajo el marco del Memorando de Entendimiento (MoU) que GFSI firmó recientemente con Achipia (Agencia Chilena para la Calidad y la Seguridad de los Alimentos).

  • Peer-reviewed Research Publication Gives a Big Nod to GFSI’s Collective Industry Achievements

    GFSI has been the subject of a freshly-published, peer-reviewed research paper in the Journal of Food Protection. The paper’s results confirm the rationale behind the creation and ongoing development of GFSI, while demonstrating how this industry body is delivering on its goal to continuously improve food safety management systems in pursuit of safe food for consumers everywhere.

    GFSI has been the subject of a freshly-published, peer-reviewed research paper in the Journal of Food Protection. The paper’s results confirm the rationale behind the creation and ongoing development of GFSI, while demonstrating how this industry body is delivering on its goal to continuously improve food safety management systems in pursuit of safe food for consumers everywhere.

  • Putting the C in Food Safety: Hershey’s Food Safety Culture Journey

    “At Hershey, it doesn’t matter if you work in an office or on the plant floor, we all own food safety,” Terry O’Day, Chief Supply Chain Officer.  This statement isn’t just something the leadership at The Hershey Company says, it’s something that they own and live.

    “At Hershey, it doesn’t matter if you work in an office or on the plant floor, we all own food safety,” Terry O’Day, Chief Supply Chain Officer.  This statement isn’t just something the leadership at The Hershey Company says, it’s something that they own and live.

  • Shaping Food Safety Culture in Food Service – Challenges, Opportunities and Key Drivers

    More than 100 delegates joined speakers from the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotana Hotel Group and Taylor Shannon International at the SGS Special Session “Shaping Food Safety Culture in Food Service – Challenges, Opportunities and Key Drivers”, held at GFSI 2016 in Berlin.

    More than 100 delegates joined speakers from the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotana Hotel Group and Taylor Shannon International at the SGS Special Session “Shaping Food Safety Culture in Food Service – Challenges, Opportunities and Key Drivers”, held at GFSI 2016 in Berlin.