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We have a variety of resources about HACCP including: datasheets, interviews, podcasts, webinars, case studies and independent research to help you to get the best from your food safety management systems.
The food industry faces every daymore demanding customers, tougherstakeholder and governmentrequirements, brand issues,environmental impacts, growth andprofitability concerns. As the foodsupply chain becomes more complex,the issues surrounding your brand,reputation and shareholder valueinevitably increase.
ACP Europe was one of the first companies to receive FSSC 22000 certification from LRQA
In this video case study, two of Lotus Bakeries (Belgium) food safety experts talk about the benefits of a robust food safety management system. They also talk about the technical expertise of Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) and the value of 3rd party certification.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation has agreed a £500k grant to the world leading food sciences institution, Wageningen University and Research (WUR), supporting the Safe production Of Marine plants and use of Ocean Space (SOMOS). The project was developed jointly between LRQA, the Foundation and WUR, and is the first project targeted at the food sector to be funded by the Foundation.
FSMA training course provides better understanding of the requirements of the Good Manufacturing Practices, hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls (HARPC)
In this blog, first published on The Crowd, Vincent Doumeizel, LRQA's VP for Food, Beverage and Sustainability, explores how we can work together to produce safe and sustainable food.
LRQA was invited to speak at the IT Food Summit, which took place in Birmingham yesterday, attracting key stakeholders from the food and beverage industry together with IT companies and regulatory bodies.
Hundreds of food safety specialists from across the world will be gathering in Berlin between 2-4 March for the Global Food Safety Conference organised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and the Consumer Goods Forum. The conference is designed to bring together food safety professionals in order to share knowledge, discuss best practice and drive innovation throughout the industry.
Hundreds of food safety specialists from across the world will be gathering in Kuala Lumpur between 3-5 March for the Global Food Safety Conference organised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and the Consumer Goods Forum.