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Food safety is essential for human health. Contamination and food-borne illnesses in food supply chains must be avoided as they harm consumers’ health. They also affect the business of food providers, causing consumers to withdraw their trust until the cause is identified and the problem solved. Recently, food supply chains have become more complicated as they use processed raw materials and imported food from multiple sources. Therefore, identifying the cause of food-borne illness is more difficult.
FSMS are standards that ensure food safety. Everyone engaged in food manufacturing, restaurants, and other food-related industries must understand and follow FSMS to prevent food-borne illness risks. FSMS standards such as ISO 22000: Food Safety Management and the Food Safety System Certification 22000 provide a sense of security to both consumers and domestic and international food industry business partners.
This course will promote FSMS in APO members with the aim of raising productivity in the food industry, reducing the risks of food-borne illness, and increasing business opportunities in the food sector. Participants will learn about advanced FSMS techniques and tools and examine best practices of FSMS applications.
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