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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.

Read more: GFSI as the Key to Food Safety in Japan by 2020 Target and Beyond

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.

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

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.

Read more: GFSI-recognised Certification Programme Achieves Full Government Recognition

Hot on the heels of February's publication of the new GFSI Benchmarking Requirements Version 7, Version 7.1 is now being released to the GFSI community and the food industry at large. This collection of documents tailored for food safety certification programmes is continually being updated to reflect the latest changes in the marketplace and in new regulations relating to food safety. 

Hot on the heels of February's publication of the new GFSI Benchmarking Requirements Version 7, Version 7.1 is now being released to the GFSI community and the food industry at large. This collection of documents tailored for food safety certification programmes is continually being updated to reflect the latest changes in the marketplace and in new regulations relating to food safety. 

Read more: Version 7.1 of GFSI's Benchmarking Requirements Furthering Harmonisation

Houston, 1 March – In a press conference at this week’s Global Food Safety Conference, an unprecedented public-private partnership was announced between the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and the Mexican National Service of Health, Food safety and Agro-Food Quality (SENASICA), the Mexican government agency responsible for the safety of fresh and minimally-processed food products.

Houston, 1 March – In a press conference at this week’s Global Food Safety Conference, an unprecedented public-private partnership was announced between the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and the Mexican National Service of Health, Food safety and Agro-Food Quality (SENASICA), the Mexican government agency responsible for the safety of fresh and minimally-processed food products.

Read more: GFSI Forms First-time Partnership with Mexican Government Food Safety Agency SENASICA

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