ISO 22000:2018 Analysis and Transition Guide.
In June 2018, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published the new edition of international food safety management system (FSMS) standard ISO 22000:2018.
What is ISO 22000:2018?
ISO 22000:2018, Food safety management systems provides requirements for any organization in the food chain, looking to establish or maintain a food safety management system.
Customized assurance saves money and adds real value
In this interview, Stuart Kelly, Head of Retail and Hospitality Assurance Services at Lloyd’s Register, addresses why adopting a tailored approach is not only highly cost effective, but also adds real value.
The importance of auditor competency in driving food safety
The latest GFSI Benchmarking Requirements focuses on improving auditor competency. Auditors of GFSI-recognized certification programs are required to pass an exam designed to assess competency across a range of skills.
Arla: Real-Time Supply Chain Insight
Arla is one of the world’s largest dairy companies and is reliant on approximately 2,500 dairy farms across the UK. Because of this, it was important for their organization to drive quality and gain greater real-time insight into their entire milk supply chain and its compliance levels.
Report: What is the future of food safety auditing?
Our webinar series, in partnership with Food Safety Magazine, tackles the current and future states of the food industry through debate and discussion with leading industry experts.
ISO 22000 Revisions and the FSSC 22000 version 5 transition Webcast
Tune in to this on-demand webcast and find out why FSSC 22000 is being revised and it’s current status as well as updates on the FSMA addendum in this new revision.
Royal Canin: Committed to quality and safety
Find out how Royal Canin continues to be the world’s leading supplier of pet food products using a consistent approach to quality and food safety worldwide.
FSMA VQIP with accredited third party certification
To support US food importers who work with their foreign suppliers to meet FSMA requirements, the FDA has introduced the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP).
FSSC 22000 version 5 - Overview guide of the new requirements
In June 2019, the Foundation FSSC 22000 launched version 5 of its international food safety management system certification scheme.