Access to food has been top-of-mind for many people during the pandemic. While panic buying and empty grocery shelves did occur during the early stages of the pandemic in early 2020, the food supply chain remained, for the most part, functional and resilient throughout the past year.
To ensure that the global food supply chain can remain resilient and flexible enough to meet future challenges, an integrated quality and food safety management system (QFSMS) is critical. In Food Safety and Quality in a Post-Pandemic World, you will learn about the following:
- How people and culture are vital elements of your QFSMS.
- Why supplier quality should be incorporated into your QFSMS.
- Why incorporating HAACP and TACCP into your QFSMS can help you meet emerging threats to food safety and quality.