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Global Food Safety Conference

  • 「世界食品安全会議2018」 日本で初めて2018年3月5日~8日に開催 食の安全への取り組みが最重要課題に

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI)は、2018年3月5日(月)から8日(木)の4日間、グランドニッコー台場 東京(東京都港区)にて年次会議「世界食品安全会議2018 (www.tcgffoodsafety.com/ja/)」を開催します。2000年に設立されたGFSIは、世界中の消費者に安全な食品を届ける上で確かな信頼を築くため、食品安全マネジメントシステムの継続的改善を推進することをミッションに掲げ、世界的な活動を行っています。当日は、世界をリードする食品会社の代表者たちが一堂に集まり、業界の課題について考察します。日本で初めての開催となる今回は“いつでもどこでも安全な食を”(Safe food for consumers everywhere)をテーマに、参加者にとって有益な見識を提供すべく、より実践的なアプローチを図ります。

    世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI)は、2018年3月5日(月)から8日(木)の4日間、グランドニッコー台場 東京(東京都港区)にて年次会議「世界食品安全会議2018 (www.tcgffoodsafety.com/ja/)」を開催します。2000年に設立されたGFSIは、世界中の消費者に安全な食品を届ける上で確かな信頼を築くため、食品安全マネジメントシステムの継続的改善を推進することをミッションに掲げ、世界的な活動を行っています。当日は、世界をリードする食品会社の代表者たちが一堂に集まり、業界の課題について考察します。日本で初めての開催となる今回は“いつでもどこでも安全な食を”(Safe food for consumers everywhere)をテーマに、参加者にとって有益な見識を提供すべく、より実践的なアプローチを図ります。

  • 「世界食品安全会議2018」記者会見において、 官民連携(PPP:Public-Private Partnerships)が焦点に

    本日、グランドニッコー台場 東京(東京都港区)にて食品安全に関する最も重要な会議「世界食品安全会議2018」が世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI)により開催され、52か国から1,200人の食品業界の代表者たちが集まり、食品安全に関する最重要課題やトレンドについて話し合われました。

    本日、グランドニッコー台場 東京(東京都港区)にて食品安全に関する最も重要な会議「世界食品安全会議2018」が世界食品安全イニシアチブ(GFSI)により開催され、52か国から1,200人の食品業界の代表者たちが集まり、食品安全に関する最重要課題やトレンドについて話し合われました。

  • 【食品安全とテクノロジー】農業データ連携基盤「WAGRI」 -データを駆使した攻めの農業経営で、日本の農業を成長産業に!- (GFSIレポート)

    日本国内ではこれまで高付加価値型農業を牽引してきた農業従事者の高齢化により、その経験や勘の継承が困難な状況に面しています。
    また、他国では最新技術の導入により農業の生産性向上と経営改善が促進されており、日本においてもこれらの課題に対する取り組みが進められています。
    今回、農業に求められる情報をネット上で共有化する農業データ連携プラットフォーム「WAGRI」構築に取り組んでおられる神成教授に、同プラットフォーム構築の背景と今後について伺いました。

     

  • 2018年世界食品安全会議:アジアにおける食品安全のターニングポイント

    2018年は日本が世界食品安全会議を主催する最初の年であり、アジアで開催されるのはまだ2回目です。50ヶ国以上のから1, 000名以上が参加する会議であり、多くの方が初めて日本を訪れます。

    2018年は日本が世界食品安全会議を主催する最初の年であり、アジアで開催されるのはまだ2回目です。50ヶ国以上のから1, 000名以上が参加する会議であり、多くの方が初めて日本を訪れます。

  • 30 Institutions Come Together with GFSI in a “G30” of Food Safety

    Houston, 28 February –The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) yesterday hosted over 100 representatives from more than 20 countries and multilaterals organisations who gathered in Houston just ahead of GFSI’s 16th annual Global Food Safety Conference to discuss better collaboration for global public health outcomes. 

    Houston, 28 February –The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) yesterday hosted over 100 representatives from more than 20 countries and multilaterals organisations who gathered in Houston just ahead of GFSI’s 16th annual Global Food Safety Conference to discuss better collaboration for global public health outcomes. Countries such as Japan, China, Mexico, Canada, the UK and the United States of America had a strong presence at this second edition of the meetings, sending delegations from their food safety agencies.

  • 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 Bonus for Global Food Safety Conference Delegates | FSPCA Lead Instructor Training

    Just when you thought the packed three-day programme of the upcoming Global Food Safety Conference couldn't get any better, GFSI and the programme committee have thrown in one final surprise for you- an FSVP-focused Lead Instructor Training Course.

    Just when you thought the packed three-day programme of the upcoming Global Food Safety Conference couldn't get any better, GFSI and the programme committee have thrown in one final surprise for you. They've worked relentlessly to offer the busy food industry professional the best value for time while on-site in Houston - from Discovery Tours and Tech Talks to knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities adding onto the plenaries and break-out sessions you've come to expect. And now, two weeks ahead of the start of the 16th edition, they have one more bonus up their sleeves - an FSVP-focused Lead Instructor Training Course.

  • A Global Conference with a Global Programme

    If you are involved in the food industry in any way, chances are you have a vital role in keeping food safe. We hope to welcome you in Tokyo next March at the industry’s annual rendez-vous for the advancement of food safety and consumer trust worldwide.

    If you are involved in the food industry in any way, chances are you have a vital role in keeping food safe. We hope to welcome you in Tokyo next March at the industry’s annual rendez-vous for the advancement of food safety and consumer trust worldwide.

  • A Local Perspective on Tokyo and What to Expect at GFSC 2018

    As part of the GFSI Japan team, on the ground in Tokyo, we're very excited to welcome delegates to our vibrant city. This year’s Global Food Safety Conference promises a great lineup covering the big topics in food safety. It’s an exciting, global programme of events for all attendees.

    As part of the GFSI Japan team, on the ground in Tokyo, we're very excited to welcome delegates to our vibrant city. This year’s Global Food Safety Conference promises a great lineup covering the big topics in food safety. It’s an exciting, global programme of events for all attendees.

  • A Wealth of Networking Opportunities at the GFSI Conference

    Networking is the number one reason many companies attend the GFSI Conference year on year. It is naturally one of our priorities to ensure the programme is packed with opportunities for you as a delegate to make meaningful connections, strengthen your food safety network and do business. That is why we’ve carved out both formal and informal opportunities during the day as well as after hours!

    Networking is the number one reason many companies attend the GFSI Conference year on year. It is naturally one of our priorities to ensure the programme is packed with opportunities for you as a delegate to make meaningful connections, strengthen your food safety network and do business. That is why we’ve carved out both formal and informal opportunities during the day as well as after hours!

  • Action on Food Safety to be Central Focus of GFSI Global Food Safety Conference 2018

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), a worldwide project to advance food safety and improve consumer trust, is holding its annual conference in Tokyo, Japan, on 5th-8th March 2018, bringing representatives of the world’s biggest food companies together to discuss industry challenges.

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), a worldwide project to advance food safety and improve consumer trust, is holding its annual conference in Tokyo, Japan, on 5th-8th March 2018, bringing representatives of the world’s biggest food companies together to discuss industry challenges.

  • Behind the Scenes | Creating the Next GFSI Conference

    If you are planning to join us in Nice for the industry's annual rendezvous to advance food safety worldwide, you may want an update about how the programme is shaping up.

    If you are one of those already signed up to join us in Nice for the industry's annual rendezvous to advance food safety worldwide, you may want an update about how the programme is shaping up. In fact, let’s take a moment to look at the incredible committee working behind the scenes to craft your experience at the 19th edition of the Conference, which is already set to gather more than a thousand industry leaders on the French Riviera next February.

  • Behind the Scenes of a GFSI Technical Working Group

    Rosalind and Diane sat down at #GFSiTV, during last week's Global Food Safety Conference, to talk to us about their experience leading a GFSI Technical Working Group. They discussed how they initially became involved, what made the working group successful and what challenges they overcame!

    Rosalind and Diane sat down at #GFSiTV, during last week's Global Food Safety Conference, to talk to us about their experience leading a GFSI Technical Working Group. They discussed how they initially became involved, what made the working group successful and what challenges they overcame!

  • Better Analyzing Consumer Insights

    Anyone working in food in recent years will have seen a fundamental change in the way that people shop. Business may have changed but food safety challenges haven’t.

    Anyone working in food in recent years will have seen a fundamental change in the way that people shop. Business may have changed but food safety challenges haven’t.

  • Blockchain & Food Safety: Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?

    Blockchain has taken center stage at recent Food Safety and CGF conferences and features in many publications. And with it, much confusion and perhaps over-exuberance on blockchain being the solution, has arisen.

    Blockchain has taken center stage at recent Food Safety and CGF conferences and features in many publications. And with it, much confusion and perhaps over-exuberance on blockchain being the solution, has arisen.

  • Blockchain for Food Safety: From Pilots to Reality

    Blockchain is a hot topic today, and the food industry is no exception. But what exactly is blockchain, and how can it be used to improve food safety? We explore the current and future applications of this technology and consider how blockchain can help provide safe food for consumers everywhere.

    Blockchain is a hot topic today, and the food industry is no exception. But what exactly is blockchain, and how can it be used to improve food safety? We explore the current and future applications of this technology and consider how blockchain can help provide safe food for consumers everywhere.

  • Building a Safer and More Progressive Food Industry Through Public-Private Partnerships

    As our food network becomes more globalized and interconnected, we have seen a shift towards greater transparency and integrity as consumers are awakened to issues of food safety and traceability. With this has come a recognition that we cannot build a safer and more efficient food supply chain without the support of local and national public partners.

    As our food network becomes more globalized and interconnected, we have seen a shift towards greater transparency and integrity as consumers are awakened to issues of food safety and traceability. With this has come a recognition that we cannot build a safer and more efficient food supply chain without the support of local and national public partners. Utilizing our collective resources, industry stakeholders and governments can work more effectively together to ensure that there are safeguards in place along the entire value chain, from origination to the end consumer.

  • Carrots vs. Sticks: A Blockchain Platform Ecosystem

    On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

    On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

  • 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.

  • Conférence mondiale sur l'innocuité alimentaire 2018 : le partenariat public-privé sous les projecteurs à la conférence de presse du lancement

    La Conférence mondiale sur l'innocuité alimentaire, événement le plus important de l'année en matière de sécurité des aliments, a commencé hier à Tokyo au Japon. Sous l'égide de l'Initiative mondiale de la sécurité alimentaire (GFSI), cet événement a rassemblé 1 200 délégués de l'industrie alimentaire venus de 52 pays pour discuter des questions et tendances les plus importantes concernant la sécurité des aliments. Immédiatement avant l'ouverture de l'assemblée plénière, la conférence de presse qui s'est tenue cette année a eu pour sujet principal les partenariats entre le secteur public et le secteur privé. 

    La Conférence mondiale sur l'innocuité alimentaire, événement le plus important de l'année en matière de sécurité des aliments, a commencé hier à Tokyo au Japon. Sous l'égide de l'Initiative mondiale de la sécurité alimentaire (GFSI), cet événement a rassemblé 1 200 délégués de l'industrie alimentaire venus de 52 pays pour discuter des questions et tendances les plus importantes concernant la sécurité des aliments. Immédiatement avant l'ouverture de l'assemblée plénière, la conférence de presse qui s'est tenue cette année a eu pour sujet principal les partenariats entre le secteur public et le secteur privé.