Citizens have the right to assume that the food they consume is safe and appropriate for consumption. Foodborne disease and injuries are at best inconvenient, and at worst, they may be catastrophic. However, there are further ramifications. Foodborne disease outbreaks can harm trade and investments, as well as result in lost income, layoffs, and criminal prosecution. Food spoiling is inefficient and expensive, and it can impact business and service quality.
World food trade and transportation are increasing, bringing significant socio - economic advantages. However, this facilitates the transmission of disease over the world. Eating patterns have also changed dramatically in many nations over the previous two decades, necessitating the development of new food production, preparation, and delivery systems. As a result, effective hygiene management is critical to avoiding the negative human health and economic repercussions of foodborne sickness, foodborne injury, and food spoilage. Everyone has a duty to ensure that food is safe and fit for consumption, especially producers and farmers, processors and producers, food handlers, and consumers.
OUR FOOD SAFETY AND AGRICULTURAL SERVICES AT A GLANCE:
-FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-ISO 22000 AUDIT AND CERTIFICATION
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON 25 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE APPROVAL CERTIFICATIONS, VISIThttps://canadacerts.ca/standard-types/3-food-agriculture/