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Online Exclusives: Adopting GFSI Approved Schemes to Strengthen Food Safety Initiatives
Companies need to implement a streamlined process in order to gain and sustain certification
Online Exclusives: 5 Additional Ways to Prepare for an Audit
Techniques to consider before and during a certification audit
Features: Are Your Products Gluten-Free?
Third-party certification can help companies demonstrate compliance with FDA labeling regulations through testing and other quality controls tools
Features: 5 Ways to Prepare for an Audit
Quick reminders to keep in check when trying to implement an accredited standard
Departments: Lessons Learned from GFSI Audits
Achieving GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) certification can ensure consumer confidence in product safety. Among the many existing standards available for audit or certification, GFSI has selected several that are applicable to the food manufacturing industry.
A new study by Michigan State University’s Product Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources tracks emerging concerns about food safety among consumers. For the study, “Food Safety Certification: A Study of Food Safety in the U.S. Supply Chain,” more than 400 consumers and 75 food companies were surveyed. DNV, a provider of food safety certification services, sponsored the study.
Departments: Sustainability Certifications for Food Manufacturers
As sustainability gains momentum throughout the food industry, we’re seeing the increasingly popular use of ecolabels and certifications like organic, Marine Stewardship Council, and Pesticide Residue Free by primary producers. Third party certifications provide a valuable and credible way for these businesses to tell potential customers about their sustainability efforts. While most current certifications focus on primary producers, third party verification can also play a valuable role in advancing...