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Saturday, 6 October 2012

Overcoming any Hesitation to Join the GCSE-Food & Health Protection Community

Even where only a simple step is required, 
great opportunities have been lost 
 to hesitation or reluctance. 
It is possible that you have not joined the GCSE- Food & Health Protection community because you have these questions:

What is it about and what is it offering?
You can find out more about what the GCSE-Food & Health Protection coalition is about and what it is offering by visiting the website – start here: and visit the GCSE-FHP blog posts here:

Is there a fee for joining? No, membership is free.

Is the coalition worthwhile?
The need for change in the protection of food and health product consumers is self-evident in the current experiences of consumers. The GCSE-FHP coalition proposes reasonable and profitable changes to existing systems and approaches. Given what is happening to consumers and the industry today, the coalition is definitely worthwhile and necessary.
Will joining the coalition jeopardize the status quo for me?
Wherever the maintenance of the status quo is beneficial, GCSE-FHP fully supports and advocates a commitment to what is done. However, current experiences show the need to break free from some existing situations that are detrimental. You may be interested in reading this Linked-In discussion: "The Cost of Doing Business" posted by Bruce Becker. It points to what Albert Einstein once said: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results".

Please add your voice: Coalition Membership is free.

You may also join the Linked-In discussions at: GCSEFood-Health-Protection-Linked-In Group

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