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What food fraud scandals are on the 2019 horizon?

By Karen Everstine on 04 February 2019

2018 was a busy food fraud year, both internationally and in South Africa. The increase in SA media reports on fake food, expired food, and adulterated products highlights the increased awareness of the problem.

Webinar | Will your food fraud vulnerability assessment pass an FSSC 22000 audit?

By Food Focus on 04 February 2019

In this comprehensive Food Fraud webinar, we have the privilege of chatting to Karen Everstine, Ph.D., a senior manager with Decernis. She will take us step-by-step through the process of “VACCP”.

Ethics and food safety

By Linda Jackson on 12 November 2018

What does ethical behaviour look like in the context of food safety? We would like to hear your views

How to Mitigate Risks and Issues in Your Supply Chain

By Food Safety Tech on 16 October 2018

As business becomes more global, effective and efficient, supply chain management is more vital than ever. Even if you’ve optimized your supply chain, uncertainty can cause issues when sourcing raw materials, goods and services, which could ultimately impact on your business, cus

Risk/Hazard: Redefining Existing Practices

By Food Safety Magazine on 11 October 2018

There has been confusion over use of the terms “risks” and “hazards,” which has caused issues in the certification audit process. Issues reported include International Organization for Standardization (ISO)-certified facilities failing the transition audits to revised ISO standar

Cyberterrorism: How Food Companies Are Planning for Threat of Cybersecurity Risks

By Food Quality & Safety on 28 May 2018

There is no shortage of risks in the global environment these days. One of these risks is digital vulnerability, which could result in cyberterrorism incidents.

Can you afford a recall -  what it could really cost you?

By Gary Jackson on 25 May 2018

When you are faced with the potential of having your product contaminated in some form or another, and you need to institute a recall (either on instruction or voluntary) there are a number of costs associated with the process. But do you really understand the true extent of thes

Changing Company Culture: It's a Matter of Principles

By EHS Today on 10 May 2018

People calling for a changed culture often are experiencing the painful results of behaviors that are typical in reactive manufacturing organizations. A philosophical intervention is required.

Finding the Error in Their Ways

By Quality Digest on 27 March 2018

Human mistakes are inevitable. Knowing that, companies must be proactive about mitigating the risk from those mistakes. Software, including mobile apps, allows workers to be able to track incidents and near misses easier as part of an integrated risk management system that can he

The impact of the drought on the food industry in the Western Cape

By Linda Jackson on 24 January 2018

Food Focus chatted to the City of Cape Town about the impact of the drought on the food industry in the Western Cape, as Day Zero looms around the corner.

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