Find out how Royal Canin continues to be the world’s leading supplier of pet food products using a consistent approach to quality and food safety worldwide.
The latest GFSI Benchmarking Requirements focuses on improving auditor competency. Auditors of GFSI-recognized certification programs are required to pass an exam designed to assess competency across a range of skills.
In June 2018, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published the new edition of international food safety management system (FSMS) standard ISO 22000:2018.
Arla is one of the world’s largest dairy companies and is reliant on approximately 2,500 dairy farms across the UK. Because of this, it was important for their organization to drive quality and gain greater real-time insight into their entire milk supply chain and its compliance levels.
Cheryl Stevens – Strategic Client Manager, Food Safety – BRC at Lloyd’s Register talks about the role of culture in driving a commitment to food safety underpinned with the BRC Food Safety Culture Module. Download now!
FSSC 22000 is publishing a FSMA addendum to the FSSC 22000 audit that will help users share information required to support their supply chain program and to facilitate foreign and domestic supplier verification.
In this interview, Stuart Kelly, Head of Retail and Hospitality Assurance Services at Lloyd’s Register, addresses why adopting a tailored approach is not only highly cost effective, but also adds real value.
Simon Batters talks about how consumer assurance will deliver brand protection and peace of mind to consumers worldwide.
Lloyd’s Register’s longstanding expertise in the food sector and team of specialists will work in partnership with customers to offer simple and cost effective solutions designed to reduce risk.
One of the most groundbreaking shifts for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a much stronger focus on Import Safety, where importers are now responsible for ensuring that their foreign suppliers have adequate preventive controls in place. FSMA regulations require food imported from abroad to be as safe as domestic food.