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Friday, 14 September 2012

Dawning of a New Era in the Assurance of Consumer Protection and Satisfaction

Consumer Safety Assurance - Not a Matter of 
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Today, many food and health product companies are running frantic with nagging problems. The E. coli enigma, Listeria hysteria, allergen contamination explosions, heinously hidden failures, et cetera, are not the only problems. This is not a joke or 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, while it is distracted by superficial compliance and battle lines are drawn where they should not, 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. As reported by Salem News: Mutated pathogens are on the Rise.
The industry can no longer afford to play “compliance” cat and mouse games while being tormented by mere microorganisms and pharmaceutical failures. Businesses must stand against all forms of intimidation, avoid hasty knee jerk reactions and show a true commitment to protecting the consumer.

We must win this war, but not in the comfort of boardrooms or through rummaging in filing cabinets filled with paperwork, but on the front lines (the production floor and scientific laboratories) where we must battle the real enemies.
The industry must avoid reactions that lead only to mindless activities. Continuing to waste valuable resources in pursuing superficial certification activities that give false hope is suicidal. Such activities hinder more than help the cause of consumer protection.

A new day is dawning for the food and health industry sectors. GCSE-Food & Health Protection is taking part in leading the way into a new era of food safety and quality assurance. The GCSE-FHP SSQA program is part of this initiative. The era of productive collaboration is here.


SSQA spells the end of intimidation and stress. In this dawning era, debilitating certification threats and stresses are replaced by invigorating fortification team effort. No longer are friends and collaborators forced to interact as if they were antagonists in an institutionalized cat and mouse game. The SSQA era brings all stakeholders together to jointly aim its collective arsenal not at each other or at shadows, but most efficiently at the true enemies – everything that undermines the safety and quality of food. 

No more games! You are invited to check out the difference and promise of the SSQA Concept.

Take a look at some frequently asked questions (FAQs) or ask any question that you may have: Questions about the program. To add your question to the list, you may post it in the space for comments below or send it to the SSQA Development Team via Email.


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