With several food related crisis’ occurring in recent years, UK consumers are becomingly increasingly suspicious and sceptical about what is in their food and who they can trust.
As a visit to a food producer came to an end this week the relatively young factory manager was having a moan about the frequency of changes to their food…
QADEX Alert relating to the suspension of National Britannia certification and the effect on supplier approval management systems
The debate about different food safety standards is not giving enough attention to the large number of food business operators who do not operate to a food safety standard and the distributors of foodstuffs who still adopt a trader mentality without sufficient investment in supplier assurance within their supply chains.
Or a roadmap to how you can improve food safety for your business and contribute to more prosperous communities in third world countries.
The United Kingdom Association for Food Protection held their fifth annual meeting on Tuesday 11th May in Cardiff, QADEX were in attendance/
The Global Food Safety Conference 2010 is focussed on how we can better manage food safety in a global context. As a business QADEX is a strong advocate of the benefits to global food safety of having suppliers operating to a recognised food standard.