Auditing is a critical piece of creating a safe food supply, but traditional auditing methods leave suppliers and processors open to higher risk as supply chains become more complex. Kari Hensien, RizePoint President, talks about how to augment or adapt auditing processes to create a safer, more effective program.
The Spring program of the Food Safety Consortium Virtual Conference Series kicks off with a keynote address from FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, Frank Yiannas, and stakeholder discussions about industry transformation.
An effective CMS requires an understanding of technology, operational needs, regulatory compliance obligations and certification requirements, as well as the bigger picture of the company’s overall strategy.
One year ago, everything changed. During this year’s GFSI Conference, global stakeholders discussed the fundamentals of how the food industry needs to move forward.
Engagement with key stakeholders across the globe to provide safe food for everyone was a key theme.
Throughout the day, conversations addressed sustainability, the supply chain and adaptation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The annual event takes place March 23–25 and will unite more than 500 food industry professionals and stakeholders from more than 60 countries.
The 9th annual Food Safety Consortium will bring together perspectives from different angles in food safety to discuss topics that include FDA and FSMA, supply chain challenges, and the lasting impact of COVID-19 and strategies for the industry to move forward. Registration is open now.
COVID-19 has not slowed down pests, and the last thing you need is a failed audit due to preventable pest issues.
From understanding the concept and its benefits to tips for working with remote auditors, here’s a step-by-step guide to the process.