Food Supply Chain

The ever-increasing complexity of the food supply chain translates to ever-increasing levels of risk, challenging an organisation’s ability to satisfy its customers in terms of quality, safety, integrity and continuity.

At the same time, customers are demanding higher levels of ethical standards, both in sourcing and manufacturing.

Quality Assurance Throughout The Supply Chain

Achieve business excellence, trust and transparency through our food safety audit and certification services.

The key to successful management of a resilient Food Safety process is ensuring that all supply chain risk management factors are encompassed within a comprehensive programme, including the increasingly important areas of responsible sourcing, the environment and sustainability.

With supporting tools of training and easy to access Risk Management tools one can manage a safe and resilient supply chain that moves Food Safety management from compliance to culture.

Food Sectors

SAI Global Assurance provides comprehensive and expert food auditing and certification against internationally recognised standards and schemes. Explore the food safety audit and certification solutions below.
Providing food retailers and consumers with a trusted and guaranteed set of defined standards covering food safety or animal welfare.
Food & Beverage Manufacturing
More than ever, Food and Beverage Manufacturers face increased risks in a complex and ever-changing global food supply chain.
Food Service & Retail
For restaurants and food service businesses, consistency is the biggest business challenge and is critical to success.
Storage & Distribution
As foodborne outbreaks and product recalls become more prevalent, it’s essential food is held, stored, transported and delivered safely to their final destination.
Food packaging is a critical component of the global food supply chain and quality assurance is more important than ever.

Allergen Management: Protect Your Customers and Protect Your Brand

Careful assessment and risk mitigation strategies can reduce the potential for process errors or incorrect labeling that can lead to allergy incidents.