The global food supply chain is a complex system that involves managing risk at every stage. Managing the food supply chain requires teams of skilled quality professionals, integrated management systems, detailed practices and processes based on international standards and agile logistics and transportation systems.
Given the high consequences of food supply chain failures, it is important to understand the variety of threats and vulnerabilities that can present themselves.
Download Managing Today’s Food Supply Chain: Insights and Resources and learn:
a) Why organizations should apply hazard analysis techniques such TACCP/PAS 96:2017 (Threat Assessment Critical Control Points) to address incidences in food crime,
b) The impact and role of technology solutions such as the Internet of Things and machine learning in enhancing food testing and traceability processes, and
c) Why many organizations turn to EHSQ software to help them comply with key standards such as ISO 22000:2018 (Food safety management systems), FSSC 22000 (Food Safety System Certification) and ISO 9001:2015 (Quality management systems).
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