To safeguard the quality of food products throughout the entire length of procurement and supply chains, companies must establish appropriate safety standards. However, the process is an increasingly complex one. At the Global Food Safety Conference, to be held in Berlin from 29 February – 3 March, the food experts from TÜV SÜD will share how companies can maintain their quality standards throughout the value chain.
“Food scandals and recalls can damage the manufacturer’s reputation, generate costs extending into millions of euros and undermine consumers’ trust”, says Dr. Ron Wacker, Global Business Unit Manager Food, Health & Beauty at TÜV SÜD. To ensure the highest standard of quality at each stage of the food production process, manufacturers must undertake extensive quality control measures in the form of monitoring, audits and certification. At the Global Food Safety Conference, Dr. Wacker, together with Mr. Thorsten Steinhübel, Global Business Line Manager Audit and Certification, and Mr. Florian Hilt, International Sales Manager, will be onsite at the TÜV SÜD stand number C3 to address how the industry can address the complexities of delivering safe food products to consumers globally.
TÜV SÜD provides a comprehensive range of food safety and quality solutions that include testing, inspection, auditing, certification, training and knowledge services. To cater to the global requirements of customers and consumers, the global service provider has invested extensively in expanding its global network experts and laboratories.
For more information on food safety visit www.tuv-sud.com/foodsafety and to book an appointment with the experts at the conference, visit www.tuv-sud.com/gfsc.
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