• With consumer concerns over food safety issues growing across Asia’s emerging economies, the public and private sectors are stepping up collaboration efforts and working in partnership, in order to manage underlying threats and strengthen risk communication to ensure that Asian consumers have access to safe food.
    20 Dec 2016
    Fostering Partnerships to Drive Food Safety in Asia
    With consumer concerns over food safety issues growing across Asia’s emerging economies, the public and private sectors are stepping up collaboration efforts and working in partnership, in order to manage underlying threats and strengthen risk communication to ensure that Asian consumers have access to safe food.
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  • China’s revised Food Safety Law, enacted in October 2015, is intended to strengthen the regulation of food companies in China and enhance oversight along the supply chain. As in other issue areas, however, the challenge is not in setting regulations but in implementing them. A chief focus of the Food Safety Project has been on the introduction of new food safety technologies to achieve a more consistent, reliable level of compliance.
    20 Dec 2016
    Mid-Term Report of the Food Safety Project Under the Beijing Technology Innovation Action Plan (2014-2017)
    China’s revised Food Safety Law, enacted in October 2015, is intended to strengthen the regulation of food companies in China and enhance oversight along the supply chain. As in other issue areas, however, the challenge is not in setting regulations but in implementing them. A chief focus of the Food Safety Project has been on the introduction of new food safety technologies to achieve a more consistent, reliable level of compliance.
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  • Mr Paul Mayers, Vice President of the Policy and Programs Branch (PPB) at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and member of the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) Governing Council, speaks with Food Industry Asia (FIA) about how evolving food safety risks impact regulatory processes.
    15 Dec 2016
    FIA Video: Strengthening Capacity and Trust to Prevent Food Contamination
    Mr Paul Mayers, Vice President of the Policy and Programs Branch (PPB) at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and member of the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) Governing Council, speaks with Food Industry Asia (FIA) about how evolving food safety risks impact regulatory processes.
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  • Building trust and capacity to ensure Asian consumers have access to safe food requires a concerted and collaborative approach from multiple stakeholders from the public and private sectors, civil society and inter-governmental organisations, senior leaders said during a dialogue session between the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) and Food Industry Asia (FIA).
    13 Dec 2016
    Building Trust and Capacity for Safe Food in Asia
    Building trust and capacity to ensure Asian consumers have access to safe food requires a concerted and collaborative approach from multiple stakeholders from the public and private sectors, civil society and inter-governmental organisations, senior leaders said during a dialogue session between the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) and Food Industry Asia (FIA).
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  • Food fraud is a complex and long-standing issue, and a holistic strategy and framework is required to mitigate related risks, said leaders from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), NTUC FairPrice and GS1 at a recent Food Industry Asia (FIA) Lunch Series event.
    13 Dec 2016
    Food Fraud: Eliminating the Risk to Consumers and Industry
    Food fraud is a complex and long-standing issue, and a holistic strategy and framework is required to mitigate related risks, said leaders from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), NTUC FairPrice and GS1 at a recent Food Industry Asia (FIA) Lunch Series event.
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  • Food safety laws are increasingly sophisticated, and assign the responsibility to detect and prevent food fraud to food business operators. Therefore, it is vital for them to have a proactive and forward-planning attitude to preventing, handling and, where required, reporting food fraud. This can be achieved with food safety management schemes and internal compliance policies and procedures.
    13 Dec 2016
    Compliance Strategies to Address Food Fraud
    Food safety laws are increasingly sophisticated, and assign the responsibility to detect and prevent food fraud to food business operators. Therefore, it is vital for them to have a proactive and forward-planning attitude to preventing, handling and, where required, reporting food fraud. This can be achieved with food safety management schemes and internal compliance policies and procedures.
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  • Due to technological advancement, evolving consumer trends and improved logistics, the growing e-commerce market in Asia faces both unique challenges and new opportunities, said an expert panel of leaders from The Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD), Mondelez International, RedMart and the Asian Trade Centre at a recent Food Industry Asia (FIA) Lunch Series event.
    06 Dec 2016
    E-Commerce in Asia: Landscape, Challenges and Opportunities
    Due to technological advancement, evolving consumer trends and improved logistics, the growing e-commerce market in Asia faces both unique challenges and new opportunities, said an expert panel of leaders from The Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD), Mondelez International, RedMart and the Asian Trade Centre at a recent Food Industry Asia (FIA) Lunch Series event.
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