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The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is transforming the US food safety system into one that is based on the prevention of foodborne illnesses. It will be a system in which the food industry systematically puts in place measures proven effective in preventing contamination. Having a GFSI recognized certification can be important to a company that is selling to one of the major retailers and is obliged to comply with FSMA requirements.
Why Should You Attend:
The importance of understanding GFSI requirement is undeniable for suppliers who plan to sell to large retailers.
GFSI “benchmarks” food safety standards, assessing them against a set of criteria to ensure the core of the standards are equivalent and certification will be acceptable. The objective is “Once certified, accepted everywhere” eliminating the time expense involved in duplication of audits. Many retailers and food manufacturing companies are requesting that suppliers become certified to a GFSI recognized Standard. It is also important to know which GFSI standard applies to your industry.
Due to complex challenges in today’s food supply chain, many of the global’s largest food retailers and are mandating supplier certification to Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) schemes, which include SQF, BRC, IFS, FSSC, GLOBALG.A.P. and BAP and CanadaGAP.
It is critical to understand how to select the right standard for your organization. In addition to know the benefits and the selection criteria. Moreover, It is critical to identify the scheme documents that apply to your business.
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Ben, owner and Managing Director of BSD Group is a food professional consultant. He has solid understanding of food and beverage industry with good knowledge of food and beverage product development and compliance. He has two main focus for his clients. First to make sure that regulatory compliance for its clients in the North America, European communities, and GCC countries. Secondly, he provides market research for companies planning to export their products to overseas markets. This provides one shop station for clients who plan to go countries with no knowledge of markets, competition and regulations. He understand the importance of regulatory compliance for companies which plan to sell or export their products to these markets. Ben has 20 years of experience in food and beverage industry, with 12 years' international experience as senior advisor to Codex Alimentarius and European Commission. Ben's main expertise is in product development, food laws and food additives regulations, food safety, market research, international trade and nutrition, food law and regulations of Canada, US (FDA , FSMA) , EU and Codex Alimentarius.