Enhancing your quality and safety processes to optimize production and comply with the new regulations
How do you implement a lean program and avoid compromising on the safety of your product? Which processes can you outsource without negatively affecting quality? When do you need to be FSMA compliant? Get the answers to these questions and others at the Food Manufacturing and Safety Summit 2014!
Food manufacturers need to ensure they comply with new guidelines from FSMA as well as new Canadian food safety regulations. With an increased focus on supplier verification, quality programs and uncertainty on the implementation dates, it is critical that you are up to date on the latest changes.
Attend the Food Manufacturing and Safety Summit to find out more about best practice in manufacturing; how to develop better allergen controls; compliance and scaling up production effectively. Join 200+ senior level food and beverage professionals to discuss real life food manufacturing case studies, benchmark your business against the ‘best-in-class’ and ensure that you have the tools you need to form a coherent and logical food manufacturing and safety strategy.
Call for Papers
We are in the process of bringing together the agenda for 2014 and will continue to update the website. In the meantime, we are announcing a call for papers and would like to hear about any food manufacturing and safety projects, which are redefining how your company, and perhaps even the industry, operates.
If you would like to speak at our 2014 Summit, please contact:
Head of North America Summits Product Development
Phone: (416) 214 6042