Since the publication of the GFSI benchmarking requirements (version 7), the industry is focusing on preventing food fraud incidents. By “food fraud”, we mean product adulteration, substitution or product mislabeling for economic gain. Food fraud may compromise your brand, affecting the integrity of your products and making them potentially unsafe for consumption.
When the GFSI-benchmarked SQF code (Edition 8.0) became live on January 1, 2018, food businesses started researching how to perform food fraud vulnerability assessments, a new requirement of the SQF certification.
Sirocco Food and Wine Consulting is SQF-certified. We are trained food safety experts who will: