We are moving into an era when risk assessment will need to be broadened to include a wider array of risks.
Without food specifications software the time taken to identify all raw materials which contain palm oil or its derivatives can be a big task.
Thoughts on how a sustainable UK food & drink sector is also a global leader.
While this blog post is not directly related to food safety and supplier approval management it does put supply chain risk on the radar for more focus
We have noticed recently is that some progressive food businesses are considering combining food safety and sustainability or CSR requirements from their supply chains into a single process to help reduce duplication, reduce the burden on the supply chain, and be more cost effective.
Or a roadmap to how you can improve food safety for your business and contribute to more prosperous communities in third world countries.
Embedded water in the food supply chain gets increased media attention.
Nestle caught between a rock and a hard place on sustainable palm oil
Government subsidies for urea usage by Indian farmers is resulting in over usage of urea and soil degradation. This seems like a classic case where supplier auditing, food safety and sustainability converge
How dwindling water supplies will have an impact on the food supply chain