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Saturday, 29 September 2012
Friday, 14 September 2012
Consumer Safety Assurance - Not a Matter of
Hunger Games Entertainment
Today, many food and health product companies are running frantic with nagging problems. Food fraud, the E. coli enigma, Listeria hysteria, allergen contamination explosions, heinously hidden failures, et cetera. These are not the only problems and they are not a mere play on words. The consumer is at great risk.
BETTER IS POSSIBLE, THEREFORE YOU CAN DEMAND BETTER.
While the industry is obsessed with money-making exploits and distracted by superficial compliance, with battle lines drawn where they should not be, colonies of invisible microorganisms are winning too many battles. As many industry players continue to shoot at compliance shadows, mutating pathogens are expanding their assault through the ecological and food system - Salem News: Mutated pathogens are on the Rise.
If the food industry is to make significant headway in food safety and quality assurance, those charged with the task must work to liberate their thinking from any confinement to within the basement of collective intelligence. Real progress will remain elusive if the industry continues to engage its visionary minds only in putting out fires that are caused due to lack of real vision.
No more games! You are invited to check out the difference and promise of the SSQA Concept.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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Saturday, 8 September 2012
It has been reported that, for some operations, the top management team is not as committed as it should be to food safety and quality matters. Whether or not this is the case in your food business, it is possible for you to gain additional support from the top. It is anticipated that your top management team members already know the merits of ensuring food safety and quality, and that this is vital to the survival of the business. What they may not be fully aware of is the connection between product safety, quality and profitability. They may also not be aware of how busy things can get at the front lines of food safety and quality assurance. This article may be helpful in presenting your case.
The SSQA concept and strategy provide an effective and efficient escape.
Taking on the Task Single-Handed - Not Recommended:
SSQA serves as a Rescue or Recovery Mission for Food Operations
Any operation of any size can Adopt the SSQA Concept
Saturday, 1 September 2012