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Food Regulatory Compliance: Can you afford to lose your way?

24 May 2010

There is increasing pressure on manufacturers to adhere to the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) standards. Mettler Toledo is hosting two live online seminars covering the latest issues affecting compliance with industry regulations and Retailer Codes of Practice.

These sessions will help you navigate your way through global safety standards as well as increase productivity and profitability.

Meet Global Food Safety Standards and Increase Productivity
Food safety concerns are enough to bring a company to the media's attention. The introduction of standards such as IFS, ISO 22000, BRC and SQF2000 require food companies to make their manufacturing processes as transparent and as safe as possible.

On Tuesday 29 June, learn how METTLER TOLEDO can support your business with traceability, hygienically designed equipment, quality data management, foreign body detection and equipment calibration.

Compliance with Retailer Codes of Practice for Metal Detection
METTLER TOLEDO recognises that many users of metal detection systems don’t fully understand how to verify the performance of their equipment. If the system is not correctly validated, manufacturers run the risk of failing to comply with the standards expected by retailers, posing a huge threat to their business.

On Wednesday 30 June, METTLER TOLEDO will teach you the key components needed for an effective metal detection system. The session will cover procedures needed to ensure and maintain the integrity of your system. It will also explain how you can use your metal detector to further improve productivity.

Register online now!

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