Food & Beverage Manufacturing

More than ever, Food and Beverage Manufacturers face increased risks in a complex and ever-changing global food supply chain.

The world’s most competitive and successful businesses adopt a set of standards that ensure quality, consistency and safety.

Increase Consumer Confidence Through A Quality Framework

In 2017, SAI Global found that 47% of consumers were less trusting of a business involved in a major food incident.

Food & Beverage Manufacturing Standards & Schemes

SAI Global Assurance has audited thousands of food and beverage manufacturers to ensure they meet legislative requirements in the country of sale and manufacture and comply with global food safety standards. Explore the Standards and Schemes below to learn more about how you can ensure quality and reduce risk for your business.
BRC Global Standards
The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety provides a framework to manage product safety, integrity, legality, quality, and the operational controls in the food, food ingredient, manufacturing, processing and packing industries. 
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
The adoption and certification of a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked scheme enables you and your business to access global food markets, and manage your risks, whilst building trust and confidence in your product.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
HACCP is a risk management system that identifies, evaluates, and controls hazards related to food safety throughout the food supply chain.
ISO 22000 Food Safety Management
ISO 22000 takes a broad supply chain approach to food safety, providing a standard that can be utilised by any business regardless of size, in the food or beverage supply chain.

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Supply Chain Management in the Food Industry

Supply chains have become more complex, often resembling vast webs of direct and indirect suppliers, and the food industry is particularly vulnerable when it comes to risks that can occur deep within those chains.