Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognition offers a food safety passport to the global market, but companies are finding it harder than ever to achieve compliance. Between 2013 and 2018, there was a ten percent increase in food recalls. In this exclusive webinar, experts in compliance, science and technology unpack the solution for the food industry.
GFSI is one of the world’s most widely-accepted benchmarking standards for food safety. Supported by retailers such as Walmart, Carrefour, Migros and Tesco, it harmonizes global requirements for manufacturers and farms to ensure safe food for consumers.
GFSI encompasses many recognized food safety schemes, including BRC, CanadaGAP, GlobalGAP, FSSC 22000 and SQF. Recently, GFSI updated its standards for Canada, requiring 100 percent compliance when many producers struggle to achieve 85 percent. This was one of many recent changes to food safety standards that have left companies exposed to new risk in customer and supplier dealings. Combined with the pressures of COVID-19, food security is at an all-time low.
In a live panel conversation followed by audience Q&A and a breakout presentation, the speakers will share insight from their positions at leading food producers, auditors and software providers. Topics will cover the evolving requirements in safety regimes and corresponding corporate challenges and how these challenges can be met with the best of modern food safety methods and software.
Register to attend this live webinar and get the chance to participate in the audience Q&A. Registrants also will be entered to win up to $5,000 off the recommended food safety software (terms and conditions apply).
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