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May 22 – May 23, 2018
Food Safety Americas 2018 offers invaluable insights and exclusive updates designed specifically to improve food safety management in retail, food service and manufacturing environments, in addition to networking opportunities with industry peers.
The webinar 'Sodium Determination in Food and Beverages' details the importance of sodium determination and the different measuring techniques available.
Concerned consumers, retailers and governmental inspectors are watching food producers more closely than ever before. This on-demand webinar from SGS highlights how GFSI approved standards such as IFS, BRC, SQF or FSSC 22000 can help you to improve food safety and process quality.
In the IFS standards, the foreign material management is very well defined. If you are not successful in managing foreign materials, you will have difficulty passing the IFS audit, and also difficulty maintaining satisfied customers. The same goes for other GFSI standards.
This webinar that will dispel the myths and arm you with a very good understanding of the working principles of both metal detection and x-ray inspection systems.
Consumer confidence had been shaken the world over, following a series of high-profile food safety incidents. This along with the increasing regulatory and retailer requirements has created a need for producers re-evaluate their food safety procedures.
Food safety concerns are enough to bring a company to the media's attention. The introduction of standards such as IFS, ISO 22000, BRC and SQF2000 require food companies to make their manufacturing processes transparent and as safe as possible.
Consumer food safety concerns and increasing regulatory requirements are enough to bring any food segment company to the media's attention. The introduction of standards such as BRC, IFS, ISO 22000, and SQF2000 require food companies to make their manufacturing processes transparent and as safe as possible. In this co-hosted webinar you will be presented the highlights of the BRC Program.