SQF certification validates a contract manufacturer’s ability to produce safe, consistent, and high-quality products. It’s a mark of distinction, which can lead to more business. But to obtain SQF certification, a manufacturer must have effective quality and safety controls.
The event will take place October 21–23, 2020 in Schaumburg, IL.
Ge’s expertise will help industry better understand how the use of enhanced technology and automation can provide companies with a compliance edge.
This year’s event features several presentations that you don’t want to miss, with participating stakeholders from FDA, CFSAN, Sabra Dipping Company, Cheesecake Factory, PepsiCo, The Wendy’s Company and more.
Recent food fraud webinars focused on fraud in meat products and global anti-counterfeiting efforts.
Is your company a forward-thinking business that takes proactive measures to prevent operational and financial instability, not to mention preserve brand reputation?
Topics include a review of the newly published FSSC 22000 Version 5 and the impact of the new ISO 22000:2018.
This year’s sessions include an opening keynote from FDA’s Frank Yiannas and expert panels on recalls, food defense, leadership and supply chain transparency.
Taking place on May 29 in Rockville, MD, the auditing stakeholder meeting will provide a platform for more information sharing and include updates from FDA’s third-party certification program team.
A review of non-conformities and vulnerability assessment tools.