Sinking or Swimming? The importance of guaranteeing food safety in the international arena
If, or when, the international community agrees to implement a proposal for standardised food safety requirements, emphasising the importance of safety will become something of a sink or swim issue for the entire industry. Effective food hygiene means satisfied consumers and when the patrons are happy everyone's a winner. Deborah Griffiths of The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) takes a look at the steps taken so far towards guaranteeing food safety, and the way forward for companies willing to make safety a priority.
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