We all expect food to be safe. And we all deserve food that is free from harmful bacteria. COVID-19 has further sparked the rise in concern about future global food supplies. Conflicts, weather extremes like flooding and droughts, and economic shocks are causing production issues, supply chain complications and other disruptions that leave food systems1 vulnerable. To ensure that everyone, everywhere has access to safe food, all players across the food value chain need to play their part.
Being in control of all production parameters to prevent contamination or compromised quality is vital to food safety. And that's why we focus on helping food manufacturers achieve high standards of safety and quality while remaining profitable.
1The term ‘food systems’ refers to all the elements and activities related to producing and consuming food, and their effects, including economic, health, and environmental outcomes (OECD, https://www.oecd.org/food-systems, 2023).
2Sustainable food systems mean growing, producing, processing, packaging, distributing and consuming food without negatively impacting the planet. Retrieved from OECD. (2019). Accelerating Climate Action. Source: OECD iLibrary.