The globalization of markets has enabled the worldwide sourcing of ingredients for food products, which has increased the complexity of the supply chain and risk of food safety incidents. The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) was the result of the collaboration between some of the world’s leading food safety experts from retailers, manufacturers and food service companies and a number of standards were developed. Effective and harmonized food safety systems shall manage and ensure the safety and suitability of food in each link of the supply chain.
This Standard is applicable for non-manufacturing Traders of food products, packaging materials, pet foods, and consumer products. It is recognized by many organizations including international retailers, food service companies and manufacturers around the world.
Environmental Management System (EMS)
This refers to the management of an organization’s environmental programs. These programs are comprehensive, systematic, planned and documented. An EMS includes the organizational structure, planning and resources for developing, implementing and maintaining ...
Food Safety System Certification
The Food Safety System Certification, or FSSC 22000, is the result of the combination of several standards, including ISO 22000 for Food Safety Management System Requirements and the applicable ISO/Technical Standards per category (e.g., ISO/TS 22002-1, 22002-2, 2200...
Audits for your specific needs
DQS Inc. Non-Certification process audits are multi-faceted; however, they have one focus, which is to provide value that is measurable for companies and organizations who wish to enhance their performance beyond the pressure of a certification or a complete assessmen...
Safe Quality Foods Program
The SQF Edition 9 Program is recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and provides certification standards from primary production to food manufacturing, food packaging, retail, and storage and distribution providers.