Enabling agility in a time of change
From the pandemic to the microchip shortage, recent events have challenged long-established ‘just-in-time’ approaches and prompted businesses to rethink and transform their global supply chain models.
Smarter cybersecurity risk management strategy
As businesses reach new levels of digitisation, enabled by faster connectivity, the use of data offers a significant opportunity to better monitor, analyse, predict, and mitigate risk.
ESG assurance – an opportunity for transparency and trust
Building trust in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices is complicated by the pace of change in reporting requirements, with huge regional and corporate variations.
The big conversation: technology, data & risk management in the food
It’s fair to say that I’ve missed the conference circuit: the opportunity to meet new people, make new connections and – most of all – explore new ideas.
Sustainability & environmental controls in food packaging
Since its inception in 1996, BRCGS has been at the forefront of food safety, as the organisation responsible for driving food safety standards across the entire food supply chain, from responsible sourcing to packaging materials and distribution.
Food safety performance indicators
Food safety is complicated. To make it effective, requires reliable performance indicators, which are classified in two ways — as leading or lagging. Tim Ahn shares how food safety cannot be effective without reliable performance indicators.
FSSC and implementing a food safety culture: The three Cs
The consequences of getting food safety wrong are at best unpleasant and at worst fatal. It’s no surprise that as consumers we expect manufacturers and retailers to demonstrate a complete, unconditional commitment to food safety in all that they do.
Safe, sustainable aquaculture – what’s next?
As a population, we are growing. We’re living longer, earning more and are increasingly conscious about eating healthier.
Food safety certification and managing change
Over the last two years, the global food supply chain has undergone an unprecedented level of change and uncertainty.
Balancing farm quality and sustainable practices
Consumer demand continues to increase the pressure on retailers to prove sustainability credentials, meaning suppliers, including those in agriculture, need to ensure their practices meet these needs.