• Posts Tagged ‘gfsi’

    FDA and Public-Private Partnerships — A Review of the AFDO 2013 Conference, Part 2

    by John Spink • July 24, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    FDA has stated it will be relying on public-private partnerships for food safety and emerging topics such as intentional adulteration.  Industry will be involved – and accountable – though the commitment is still undefined.  In this evolution is the opportunity for all of us to help shape the compliance and prevention landscape.  AFDO is...

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    What Fraudsters Will Learn at the Food Safety Summit

    by John Spink • April 24, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    If “counterfeiters attend anti-counterfeit conferences” then Food Fraudsters will be attending the Food Safety Summit next week in Baltimore. We just need to be aware of this and continue to raise the bar. There will be plenty of Food Fraud insights gained from what is said – and what isn’t said – in the...

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    GFSI Update #2 – Food Fraud a Hot Topic

    by John Spink • March 13, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

      This is the second post regarding the GFSI conference. This includes insight from the pre-conference GFSI stakeholder meetings on Wednesday and also from the conference  closing remarks on Friday. Pre-Conference GFSI Meeting GFSI Vice-Chair Frank Yiannas (VP Food Safety, Walmart) led the meeting that included a set of electronic survey questions that solicited...

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    GFSI Update #1 – Notes from Today’s Food Fraud Presentations at the GFSI/ Consumer Goods Forum

    by John Spink • March 10, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    (Written March 6) About an hour ago we finished the Food Fraud breakout session at the GFSI/Consumer Goods Forum here in Barcelona. The session was convened by GFSI Chair Yves Rey (Corporate Quality General Manager, Danone Group).  I presented Defining Food Fraud, Petra Wissenburg (Corporate Quality Director, Danone) presented an update on the Food...

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