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Posted 12 May 2013 - 07:37 PM

Meeting the food safety needs of global food retailers
George Howlett MSc., CEO, Safefood 360.

As the dominance of retailers continues to increase and ongoing food safety outbreaks raise the compliance demands even further, food processing businesses are becoming more aware of the of the importance of maintaining standards and the significant resources required to do this. This session will address the trends and recent changes in global food safety compliance, the importance of maintaining standards and how food processing businesses can improve how they manage food safety effectively and efficiently to meet the needs of global retailers.

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