Measure and improve your food safety culture and ensure compliance with GFSI, Codex and forthcoming legislative requirements.
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) defines food safety culture as “shared values, beliefs and norms that affect mindset and behavior toward food safety in, across and throughout an organization.” Poor food safety culture can lead to illness and even death. Food culture maturity, on the other hand, helps to minimize risks and ensures safe food is produced for consumers. As such, it’s crucial that companies involved in the global food supply chain have a positive food culture.
That’s where the SGS Realize food safety culture program can help.