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With the 31st October just around the corner, we are truly excited about kicking off a national food safety culture conversation, which is one of the goals of this event.
We could not have done this journey without you - our loyal readers, followers and advertisers - you really have helped make our dream come true. And we have so much more in store for you in 2019 - the sky is the limit!
The listeriosis outbreak that has been our constant companion for almost a year now has been officially declared as over by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi. Have a look at the official statement here.
Last week's highlight was the Pick n Pay supplier food safety workshop in Joburg. Pick n Pay had a great turnout, and the programme brought together a stellar range of speakers - some familiar faces, as well as some new ones.
Please step forward if you are the person in charge! The new R638 has brand new and fairly onerous requirements related to training - starting with the fact that it is now compulsory for the person in charge to be trained!
Regulation 638 continues to be high profile, as companies grapple with how the new requirements are applicable within their organisation. Listen to Linda Jackson and Janusz Luterek as they unpack the regulations in this webinar recording.
Have you registered for our informative Regulation 638 Webinar? Join Linda Jackson and Janusz Luterek as they cover the highlights of the Hygiene Regulations (R638) which have replaced R962.
June was a busy month for the food industry, with the release of the new R607 HACCP Regulations and R638 replacing R962. Add to this the publication of ISO22000:2018, and the industry is going to be busier than ever implementing all the new...
If our industry is to get a grip on the challenge and the risks presented by listeria, we need to work together! We've been privileged to share our knowledge locally at the Bidfood and the CGCSA events this week, and also in Kenya at AFMASS last week
Tiger Brands have finally admitted what the NICD has been claiming all along - that there is no doubt of the presence of listeria ST6 in their product. We hope this transparency is part of a new trend in the food industry.
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