The evolving landscape of consumer perceptions and buying habits has made it imperative for F&B companies to prioritise food safety and the production of high-quality, sustainable products.
As an industry expert, Natasha Telles D’Costa, director of strategy, F&B at Veeva Consumer Products, will be sharing her thoughts on this vital connection between food safety and sustainability in our upcoming webinar.
Register to be a part of this thought-provoking discussion.
In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the importance of food quality and sustainability.
According to Nielsen, 51 per cent of consumers are willing to pay more for sustainably produced food products. With the world population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 and food demand projected to increase by 70 per cent (FAO), it’s crucial that F&B companies adapt and evolve.
During the webinar, Telles D’Costa will delve into proven strategies used by leading F&B organisations, including:
- Enhancing supply chain transparency with FSMA Supplier Verification
- Streamlining Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) processes
- Providing Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) peace of mind
Sign up and gain valuable insights into these strategies and stay ahead of the curve in the ever-changing food industry.
As we collectively work towards a safer, more sustainable food supply chain, it’s essential to acknowledge the challenges that lie ahead. According to the UNEP, In 2020, food recalls contributed to an estimated global food waste of 931 million tonnes. Reducing the risk of recalls and minimising their impact on sustainability is just one aspect that F&B companies must address.
Our upcoming webinar offers a unique opportunity to learn from industry expert Natasha Telles D’Costa, who will provide valuable insights and knowledge necessary to navigate these challenges and implement global best practices in food safety and sustainability.
Don’t miss this chance to engage in a thought-provoking conversation on the future of the food industry.
Register to secure your spot and be a part of this insightful session that will shape the way we approach food safety and sustainability.
Join us in our quest for a safer, more sustainable food supply chain.