This week’s discussion features an examination of GFSI and its fitness for the next 20 years, along with the critical issues that face the future of food safety technology.
As GFSI celebrates its 20th year, it is timely to both celebrate the industry’s efforts and to critically assess the organization’s fitness for the next 20 years.
COVID-19 put audits on hold beginning in March as the industry looked to food safety leaders like GFSI to provide guidance on the pandemic’s impact for the auditing process.
The event begins on September 3 and runs through December 17. Registration is open now.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended events worldwide. In order to ensure the safety of attendees and speakers, the Consortium will convene as a series running from September–November.
Will the effects on the food supply chain increase the incentive for fraud?
The Consortium will be held December 2–4 in Schaumburg, IL, but we’re prepared to go virtual if necessary.
This year’s GFSI conference saw more than 1,200 delegates come together with a common purpose: To bring about positive and lasting change through improved food safety.
Electronic remote monitoring can help detect and monitor rodents in real time.
Yiannas will kick off the event on October 21 in Schaumburg, IL.