7 June 2021 sees the third World Food Safety Day, with the theme of ‘Safe Food Now for a Healthy Tomorrow’.
World Food Safety Day aims to:
These introductory videos from the World Health Organization and Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations explain the role and vital importance of food safety.
IIOC members’ information on food safety management accredited certification
BSI gives details on their food certification services, including certification, training and a range of events.
Bureau Veritas offers a wide range of food safety services, such as certification, seafood, food sustainability and food digital solutions.
DEKRA explains how risk management is managed in the food industry, with the use of consistent supply chain monitoring.
DNV shows how incorporating a food or feed safety management system can change a company’s approach from a reactive to a proactive way of thinking.
Intertek describes how ‘Food safety certification confirms that your management system complies with the appropriate standard, improving processes and increasing market visibility’.
Lloyd’s Register details the food safety services they provide, including ‘addressing the complexity of risk across the supply chain while assuring food safety and sustainability’ through accredited certification.
SAI Global introduces the range of food services they provide across agriculture, food & beverage manufacturing, food service & retail, seafood, storage & distribution and food packaging.
SGS explains their comprehensive range of food safety and quality services, including food audits and certification and testing.
TÜV SÜD demonstrates their, ‘one-stop solution for testing, auditing, inspection and certification covering the entire food supply chain, from the production of raw materials to manufacturing, processing, packaging, distribution and point of sale’
IIOC members offer certification under a number of standards and schemes. These include: