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Creating Harmonized Food Safety Processes Through Integration

Creating Harmonized Food Safety Processes Through Integration

White Paper: EtQ

A system that integrates all food safety processes across the enterprise is the key to ensure a high level of compliance down the food chain. The Food and Beverage industry is increasingly adapting the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) as its “stamp” of high quality and safety.

In this white paper on “Creating Harmonized Food Safety Processes through Integration,” learn about:

  • How an automated Food Safety Management System (FSMS) eases compliance with Global Food Safety Initiatives

  • Challenges of a Food Safety system without integrated processes

  • Best practices to integrate a Food Safety Management System within the food & beverage industry

  • How integration increases Food Safety Management effectiveness


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