Ensure your food safety compliance program is based on the latest regulatory developments. Assess the impact of the SFC regulatory rollout and how the transition to FSMA is shaping up post-implementation. Take back to your office strategies to:
Be confident your food safety compliance program meets the new regulations.
Food inspection in Canada is complex because it occurs across various levels of government, and how it is managed can have a material impact on your business. Gain insight into the matrix model that is currently used and what alternate models exist. Bolster your inspection preparedness by:
Gain valuable insight into how the food inspection process is managed.
No matter which side of the border you’re on, the theory behind the new food safety regulations and practical realities of implementing them can be different. Manage your transition by learning how this is being tackled in both the U.S. and Canada. Adopt best practices to:
Avoid pitfalls of implementation by benefitting from industry experience.
Whether you are importing or exporting, International trade agreements can have a material impact on your business. Advance your company strategy by gaining insight into what is most relevant to global trade in the food industry. Create a roadmap to:
Position your company to thrive in the new global trading environment.
With both FSMA and SFCA now in effect, it is critical to your business to have a comprehensive food safety strategy in place. Don’t let inadequate sanitation practices derail your entire North American food safety strategy.
Take away a roadmap to:
Prioritize sanitation to avoid risking failure of your food safety plan.
The new front-of-pack labelling requirement has the potential to significantly impact the success of your products in the marketplace. Get the full picture of what compliance looks like. Walk away with an action plan to:
Create a winning strategy to navigate the new front-of-pack regulations.
The new labelling requirements have emerged as some of the most challenging under the new SFC regulations. Hear how your peers are tackling this thorny problem in this facilitated interactive session. Source practical tips to:
Don’t miss this unique opportunity for collaborative problem-solving on labelling!
Steam is often part of the food manufacturing process, yet is often overlooked in food safety compliance plans. Don’t be caught off-side with unnecessary risk of contamination. Bolster your compliance plans and;
For businesses that operate under both federal and provincial regulations, compliance can be confusing and burdensome. Gain insight from this regulatory discussion that will enhance your compliance program. Source your plan of action with:
Attend this special federal/provincial roundtable and get the total picture.
Sustainability is not an abstract concept but is directly linked to your business success. Ignore it, and your risk of a recall and loss of consumer trust can significantly increase. Create a roadmap to:
Incorporate a sustainable philosophy and code of conduct into your company to build brand trust.
Understanding the challenges primary producers face has become critical to building relationships that can drive your business forward under the new regulations. Elevate your compliance and marketing strategies by gaining insight into current farm practices and the impact of the new regulations. Achieve comprehensive compliance and marketing plans by:
Food safety starts on the farm; understand how producers are responding to the new regulatory and trade climate.
Leverage an automated temperature monitoring system to confirm compliance and drive operational efficiencies. Discover a better
Go wireless to support food safety and compliance.
Communicating the health benefits of eating certain foods can be difficult to navigate within regulatory guidelines. Enrich your knowledge of what can and cannot be safely claimed about the nutritional benefits of your products. Benchmark your strategy against the latest research to:
Position your company to ride the wave of increasingly healthconscious consumers.
Improve your understanding of the different standards, and how they align with emerging global standards. Walk away with an action plan to:
Determine which standards your company should adopt.
During periods of transition food safety programs can sometimes fail. If you are faced with a recall, having a communication plan already prepared can mean the difference between you controlling the message and it being beyond your control. Enhance your communication strategy and:
Be prepared for a recall with a brilliant communication plan by collaborating with your peers.
With regulations becoming ever more stringent, success can seem elusive. Learn what strategies have been adopted by a small company like yours to thrive in the new regulatory environment. Source best practices and transition strategies to:
Hear from a successful small business and learn how to thrive under the new regulations.
Consumer interest in organics keeps increasing along with demands for greater oversight of the sector. Assess the impact of the new regulations on your operations and improve your outreach to consumers. Develop an action plan to:
Be on top of the expanding organic market under the new regulations.
Without a holistic view of the new regulations, underestimating the impact and importance of one or two can be easy. Avoid pitfalls with a greater understanding of how the new regulations interact along the supply chain and be certain your compliance plan is airtight. Bolster your ability to:
Be certain your compliance plans are airtight.