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Certification

  • 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.

  • 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。

  • ANSI Goes Grocery Shopping, Shows How Third-Party Accreditation Assures Food is Safe

    A new video by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) depicts an animated journey through the food safety assurance process and shows how our favorite food items can stay safe—from farms and factories to refrigerators.

    A new video by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) depicts an animated journey through the food safety assurance process and shows how our favorite food items can stay safe—from farms and factories to refrigerators.

  • Benchmarking Series: GFSI Opens Two New Stakeholder Consultations

    As part of its current benchmarking series, GFSI is opening two new stakeholder consultations. The latest certification programme owners (CPOs) to have reached this key step in the GFSI benchmarking process are CanadaGAP and PrimusGFS.

    As part of its current benchmarking series, GFSI is opening two new stakeholder consultations. The latest certification programme owners (CPOs) to have reached this key step in the GFSI benchmarking process are CanadaGAP and PrimusGFS.

  • 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.

  • Does GFSI Certification Equate to FSMA Compliance?

    Ever since the rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) began being published, the industry has questioned its linkage with the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certification. As such, a major question has been: “If I am certified to a GFSI scheme, does that mean I will also be compliant with the rules of FSMA?”

    Ever since the rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) began being published, the industry has questioned its linkage with the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certification. As such, a major question has been: “If I am certified to a GFSI scheme, does that mean I will also be compliant with the rules of FSMA?” The short answer has long been: “You are likely close, but not necessarily completely compliant.” But now, certification to the newly released GFSI Benchmarking Requirements V7 should move food facilities even closer.

  • Food Safety - A Never Ending Journey

    GFSI’s journey began 16 years ago, when a few leading retailers came together over a common desire to get a grip on food safety. They set out to standardize understanding through establishing a benchmark system for certification schemes. With easily comparable quality and safety requirements. Beyond national boundaries, on a worldwide level. Now, GFSI has developed into a thought leader that binds people and organisations together.

    GFSI’s journey began 16 years ago, when a few leading retailers came together over a common desire to get a grip on food safety. They set out to standardize understanding through establishing a benchmark system for certification schemes. With easily comparable quality and safety requirements. Beyond national boundaries, on a worldwide level. Now, GFSI has developed into a thought leader that binds people and organisations together.

  • GFSI - A Tide That Raises All Ships

    The North American meat and poultry industry is complex and highly variable. Companies engaged in this industry understand that consumers increasingly desire meat protein products. As we improve our efficiencies to meet rising demand, we are also improving food safety performance. One of the successful tools being used by Tyson Foods and others to ensure the production of safe meat products is a third-party audit benchmarked by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).

    The North American meat and poultry industry is complex and highly variable. Companies engaged in this industry understand that consumers increasingly desire meat protein products. As we improve our efficiencies to meet rising demand, we are also improving food safety performance. One of the successful tools being used by Tyson Foods and others to ensure the production of safe meat products is a third-party audit benchmarked by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).

  • GFSI Announces CGC HACCP and CIPRS+ HACCP Certification Programmes Achieve Technical Equivalence

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Canadian Grain Commission has achieved Technical Equivalence against Version 7.1 of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements for their CGC HACCP and CIPRS+ HACCP certification programmes.

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Canadian Grain Commission has achieved Technical Equivalence against Version 7.1 of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements for their CGC HACCP and CIPRS+ HACCP certification programmes.

  • GFSI Announces USDA AMS GAP Plus + Certification Programme Achieves Technical Equivalence

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) has achieved Technical Equivalence against Version 7.1 of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements for their Harmonized GAP Plus + certification programme.

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) has achieved Technical Equivalence against Version 7.1 of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements for their Harmonized GAP Plus + certification programme.

  • 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.

  • GFSI Turns 18 in 2018 | Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

    In 2018 GFSI turns 18 years old. We’ve come a long way and achieved a great deal but we still have a lot to do. As we welcome in the New Year, let’s reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going.

    In 2018 GFSI turns 18 years old. We’ve come a long way and achieved a great deal but we still have a lot to do. As we welcome in the New Year, let’s reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going.

  • GFSI-recognised Certification Programme Achieves Full Government Recognition

    PARIS, 20 March – The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) applauds CanadaGAP on achieving full government recognition. This recognition is a major public/private achievement and it comes as further reinforcement to what many food industry experts have reiterated time and again – that achieving certification to a GFSI-recognised certification programme puts operations in a good place to meet new government regulations.

    PARIS, 20 March – The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) applauds CanadaGAP on achieving full government recognition. This recognition is a major public/private achievement and it comes as further reinforcement to what many food industry experts have reiterated time and again – that achieving certification to a GFSI-recognised certification programme puts operations in a good place to meet new government regulations.

  • GFSIは2018年、設立18年になりました。 私たちが何をしたのか、どこに行くのか

    2018年にGFSIは18歳になりました。私たちは長い道のりを歩み、大きな成果を上げましたが、私たちはまだたくさんのことをしています。私たちが新年を迎えるにあたって、どこにいたのか、またどこに行くのかを考えてみましょう。

    2018年にGFSIは18歳になりました。私たちは長い道のりを歩み、大きな成果を上げましたが、私たちはまだたくさんのことをしています。私たちが新年を迎えるにあたって、どこにいたのか、またどこに行くのかを考えてみましょう。

  • Implementation in the Spotlight at GFSI’s 7th China Focus Day

     Amidst ASEAN and APEC meetings, November also saw industry and government leaders from China and abroad descend on Shanghai, seeking to harness the benefits of the “GFSI approach”. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) hosted its 7th China Focus Day on 6 November, drawing 360 food industry stakeholders to explore how implementing GFSI tools and principles can pave the way toward safer food and better business.

     Amidst ASEAN and APEC meetings, November also saw industry and government leaders from China and abroad descend on Shanghai, seeking to harness the benefits of the “GFSI approach”. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) hosted its 7th China Focus Day on 6 November, drawing 360 food industry stakeholders to explore how implementing GFSI tools and principles can pave the way toward safer food and better business.

  • Introducing GFSI’s Certification Programme Owners (CPOs) - Formerly Known as Scheme Owners

    Partnerships, publications, insights, updates - countless announcements came out of the 16th Global Food Safety Conference which took place in Houston last month. One of these updates was a change in terminology in the GFSI community. GFSI’s Scheme Owners are now known as certification programme owners (CPOs).

    Partnerships, publications, insights, updates - countless announcements came out of the 16th Global Food Safety Conference which took place in Houston last month. One of these updates was a change in terminology in the GFSI community. GFSI’s Scheme Owners are now known as certification programme owners (CPOs).

  • Local Implementation and Global Harmonisation | The Japan GFSI Local Group

    GFSI Local Groups lead the local implementation of global strategy, with a vision to improve food safety for consumers no matter where in the world they live. As Chair of the GFSI Japan Local Group, I am honoured to head up this group of dedicated food industry experts. Further, I’m pleased to see how far we’ve come since our group was launched back in 2012 as the first GFSI Local Group.

    GFSI Local Groups lead the local implementation of global strategy, with a vision to improve food safety for consumers no matter where in the world they live. As Chair of the GFSI Japan Local Group, I am honoured to head up this group of dedicated food industry experts. Further, I’m pleased to see how far we’ve come since our group was launched back in 2012 as the first GFSI Local Group.