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Global Markets Programme

  • 6 Top Tips for a Successful Global Markets Awards Application

    The Global Food Safety Initiative’s 2019 Global Markets Awards are rapidly approaching! If you are in the process of or thinking of applying to be one of next year’s winners of this prestigious award, use the following top tips by members of the international selection committee to produce a quality application.

    The Global Food Safety Initiative’s 2019 Global Markets Awards are rapidly approaching! If you are in the process of or thinking of applying to be one of next year’s winners of this prestigious award, use the following top tips by members of the international selection committee to produce a quality application.

  • 9 Hot Topics for Food Safety in 2019 and Beyond

    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.

  • Eighteen Years of Acceleration. One Decisive Moment Ahead.

    After four years as director of GFSI, I am proud to be able to welcome the GFSI Conference to my home country for the first time during my term. From my director’s seat, I have watched GFSI grow at an unprecedented rate. We now work with more companies, governments, certification programmes than ever before, and an even larger group of stakeholders is eager to learn how they can become involved.

    After four years as director of GFSI, I am proud to be able to welcome the GFSI Conference to my home country for the first time during my term. From my director’s seat, I have watched GFSI grow at an unprecedented rate. We now work with more companies, governments, certification programmes than ever before, and an even larger group of stakeholders is eager to learn how they can become involved.

  • GFSI Global Markets Programme: An African Success Story

    This blog post is the third of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Nigeria, Mexico, Japan and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This third contribution is by 2018 Nigerian winner, Bamikole Sunday of Plantation Industries Limited. 

    This blog post is the third of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Nigeria, Mexico, Japan and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This third contribution is by 2018 Nigerian winner, Bamikole Sunday of Plantation Industries Limited. 

  • GFSI Global Markets Programme: Instilling Collaborative, Employee Participation in Food Safety Culture

    This blog post is the first of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Japan, Mexico, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This first contribution is by 2018 Japanese winner, Koutaro SATOU, of Fuji Foods Co., Ltd.

    This blog post is the first of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Japan, Mexico, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This first contribution is by 2018 Japanese winner, Koutaro SATOU, of Fuji Foods Co., Ltd.

  • GFSI Global Markets Programme: The Journey of a Mexican Agribusiness

    This blog post is the second of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This second contribution is by 2018 Mexican winner, Gabriel Barreda Ortega, of Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas S.A. de C.V.

    This blog post is the second of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This second contribution is by 2018 Mexican winner, Gabriel Barreda Ortega, of Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas S.A. de C.V.

  • GFSI Global Markets Programme: Transforming Food Safety and Quality in Pakistan

    This blog post is the final contribution in a series that has been published over the past few weeks. This series aimed to allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico and Japan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This final contribution is by 2018 Pakistani winner, Kashif Elahi of Nuts and Legumes Co.

    This blog post is the final contribution in a series that has been published over the past few weeks. This series aimed to allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico and Japan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This final contribution is by 2018 Pakistani winner, Kashif Elahi of Nuts and Legumes Co.

  • GFSI Recognises Excellence in Food Safety with its Global Markets Awards 2018

    The GFSI board of directors, the Global Markets Awards Selection Committee and greenfence, the award sponsors, are happy to announce the recognition of four companies from across the globe for the exemplary way they have leveraged the GFSI Global Markets Programme on their journey towards GFSI certification and a world-class food safety system. Four companies have been recognised for excellence in advancing food safety as part of the Global Market Awards 2018.

    The GFSI board of directors, the Global Markets Awards Selection Committee and greenfence, the award sponsors, are happy to announce the recognition of four companies from across the globe for the exemplary way they have leveraged the GFSI Global Markets Programme on their journey towards GFSI certification and a world-class food safety system. Four companies have been recognised for excellence in advancing food safety as part of the Global Market Awards 2018.

  • How the GFSI Conference Impacted Nestlé’s Approach to Food Safety

    I invite you to take my experience as a case study on the benefits that manufacturers can gain by attending the GFSI Conference. Learn how your own company can grow with GFSI at the conference this February. And you might discover something explosive enough to spark a food safety revolution in your own corner of the industry.. 

    I invite you to take my experience as a case study on the benefits that manufacturers can gain by attending the GFSI Conference. Learn how your own company can grow with GFSI at the conference this February. And you might discover something explosive enough to spark a food safety revolution in your own corner of the industry.. 

  • Official Launch: GFSI Global Markets Awards Now Open for Applications

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is pleased to announce the launch of its Global Markets Awards 2019. For this third edition, the Awards will recognise companies from across the globe that have leveraged GFSI’s Global Markets Programme in an exemplary way on their journey towards a world-class food safety management system.

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is pleased to announce the launch of its Global Markets Awards 2019. For this third edition, the Awards will recognise companies from across the globe that have leveraged GFSI’s Global Markets Programme in an exemplary way on their journey towards a world-class food safety management system.

  • Paving the Way for Global Food Safety

    Since helping the Global Markets Awards launch in 2017, Greenfence’s sponsorship has given many smaller companies unprecedented and unparalleled access to better food safety practices, networks and research, all with the goal of a stronger and safer food industry in mind. We’re incredibly happy to be back in this position for a third year.

    Since helping the Global Markets Awards launch in 2017, Greenfence’s sponsorship has given many smaller companies unprecedented and unparalleled access to better food safety practices, networks and research, all with the goal of a stronger and safer food industry in mind. We’re incredibly happy to be back in this position for a third year.

  • Programa Global Markets de GFSI: El camino de una Agroindustria mexicana

    This blog post is the second of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This second contribution is by 2018 Mexican winner, Gabriel Barreda Ortega, of Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas S.A. de C.V.

    This blog post is the second of a series that will be published over the next few weeks. This series will allow you to get to know the 2018 GFSI Global Markets Awards winners from four countries across the globe (Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and Pakistan) and how their use of the GFSI Global Markets Programme helped them to improve their food safety management systems. This second contribution is by 2018 Mexican winner, Gabriel Barreda Ortega, of Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas S.A. de C.V.

  • Sakamoto Kurozu - A 200-Year-Old Traditional Manufacturing Method Complies with FSMA

    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.

  • Traceability Provides the Trusted Foundation for Global Food Safety

    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.

  • トレーサビリティはグローバルな食品安全のための信頼できる基盤を提供します

    食品安全の課題が世界的に重要度を増すにつれて、グローバルなトレーサビリティがこれまで以上に必要とされています。今日のトレーサビリティシステムは、相互運用可能で測定可能でなければならず、食料サプライチェーンのすべてのステークホルダーに協働し、情報共有するための簡単な方法を提供します。 GS1規格には、食品が生産者から消費者へと移動する際に、世界中で可視化するために必要なフレームワークがあります。