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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The December 2020 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The November 2020 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The October 2020 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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Food safety governance – it’s not a QA role

Guest industry blog:
Dr Barry McGookin, FIAL

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The September 2020 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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Draft Traceability Guidelines for New Zealand

Guest industry blog:
United Fresh New Zealand

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SEA: WHO framework targets improved food safety in South East Asia

Food Safety News: The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified key priorities to improve food safety in the next five years in South East Asia.

The Framework for Action on Food Safety in the WHO South-East Asia Region covers 2020 to 2025 and has guidance for authorities across the food chain and those involved in food safety emergencies, preparedness and response. Several countries are included. More here.

 

FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The August 2020 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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AU: New traceability program to build trust in Australia’s food supply chains

Deakin University: Australia’s food safety systems will be strengthened by the delivery of a new national implementation program to help track and trace food products from farm to fork in domestic and export markets.

The industry-led program, co-designed by Deakin University’s Centre for Supply Chain and Logistics (CSCL), includes an Australian-first Implementing Food Traceability Guide, plus product specific guides and industry demonstrations that will enable greater visibility along the entire food supply chain. More here.

AU: $4M for agricultural traceability grants

Sixteen projects will share $4 million in funding under round 1 of the Traceability Grants Program.

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud says the projects are sharing in the funding under the first round of the Australian Government’s $7 million Traceability Grants Program.

One of the projects involves the trial of technology to trace fresh produce through export supply chains, with the melon industry used as a pilot.

Read the Minister’s media release here, and more about the Traceability Grants Program here.