Many new food-safety schemes serving specific national, regional and market sectors have popped up under the GFSI umbrella and the world’s dinner tables are safer places because of them.
GFSI-accredited schemes are recognized for having the most stringent food-safety requirements, which makes them attractive to brand-conscious multinational retailers for whom the cost of recalls extend beyond lost products and sales opportunities.
Many schemes under the GFSI umbrella, while committed to ensuring a global standard, are also specifically designed to meet the compliance requirements of national and regional food regulators.
The challenge of trying to manage multiple GFSI schemes can be complex, find out how organizations are creating different approaches to:
- Country-specific food safety requirements
- Managing the financial and human resource costs
- Reducing audit duplication