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.
Purge on plastics
Operating in such a competitive sector, food manufacturers are highly adept at reacting to the constantly changing needs and demands of consumers. In today’s market, that increasingly means showing that they are serious about sustainability .
Brand assurance – a new way to think about risk
In consumer staples, brand is everything. In fact, for many fast-moving consumer goods brands, it’s not unusual for ‘intangible assets’ to account for more than 100% of the company’s market value.
Sustainable food must be safe food - finding the balance
Later this year, if viruses allow, food safety professionals will gather in Barcelona for the GFSI conference. It will be a welcome return to meeting with our food safety peers in-person.
Tomorrow’s food safety auditor: new skills & capabilities
Food safety audits play a crucial role in ensuring that proper food safety requirements are being adhered to.
COP26 – did Glasgow meet the standard?
Having dominated the headlines for weeks, COP26 has come to an end in Glasgow.
Five things we’ve learnt about the future of digital audits.
In 2020, LRQA customers were forced to adopt digital assurance. For many, it was a new and uncertain world.
Digital technologies empowering food manufacturers.
As consumer appetite for greater insight into food authenticity grows, manufacturers need to ensure they are prepared so they can offer full transparency and traceability.