The Evolution Of A Food Safety Culture

A strong food safety culture builds brand trust and reliability with customers, by demonstrating your commitment to embedding food safety into everyday practices.

Discover why organisational culture is so important to food safety, and how the industry’s approach to it has evolved.

Implementing the right culture can be complex but Intertek SAI Global cuts through the complexity, translating theory, recognised standards and technical requirements into practical measures that will help you understand, evaluate and boost your organisation’s food safety culture.

Navigating from basic compliance to proactive food safety began with Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) risk management systems.

This was the first systematized approach adopted by food producers and suppliers to identify, evaluate and control hazards related to food safety. But the evolution to a food safety culture has been just as important. Once the right safety, compliance and improvement mindset is in place, regulating authorities and customers alike can be confident that food organisations are taking appropriate measures to assure food safety.

While industry attitudes have evolved, so too have the expectations of all parties within the food supply chain, from growers to consumers. As food supply chains become more complex, more connected and more global, the risks have increased exponentially – and so too have the rewards.

In this whitepaper, we uncover:

  1. What is a Food Safety Culture and How it Evolved
  2. Creating a Strong Food Safety Culture
  3. Why Food Safety Culture matters
  4. Building a Better Food Safety Culture, and
  5. Change your Culture, Change your Company.
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