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1 Bringing Stakeholders Together The Global Food Safety Initiative Cenk Gurol Chair of the GFSI Board Vice President, AEON Co., Ltd., Japan

2 What is GFSI? GFSI: an international collaborative platform Retailers Suppliers Food Service Certification Bodies Accreditation Bodies International Organisations Academia Government Scheme Owners Service Providers

3 Why GFSI? In 2000………. High-profile food safety crises Audit fatigue with duplication and divergence Multiple recalls from shared supply chains CEOs of world food retailers agreed to take collaborative action

4 GFSI – Part of a Broader Network The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) CGF members employ an estimated 100 million people along the value chain. A membership of 400 retailers, manufacturers and service providers across 70 countries. Members’ combined sales total eur2.5 trillion (42.21 trillion MX Pesos). 1,500 international executives involved in our Working Groups and Expert Committees. #1 global platform for the consumer goods industry

5 GFSI – Part of a Broader Network

6 Our Vision “Safe food for consumers everywhere”

7 GFSI Governance Structure GFSI Board Consumer Goods Forum Board GFSI Team/The Consumer Goods Forum Benchmark Committees Local Groups China, Japan, Mexico, US-Canada Technical Working Groups Stakeholders recommend advise report

8 GFSI Board of Directors Chair Vice-Chairs

9 One World – One Safe Food Supply Salmonella E. Coli 0157:H7 Listeria BSE Melamine Dioxin Contamination food tampering Food fraud Growth Hormones

10 Tools for Change - Benchmarking GFSI Guidance Document The key tool in GFSI’s global benchmarking approach. Holds the GFSI requirements for: 1. Benchmark process 2. Scheme management requirements 3. Sector-specific food safety management criteria Standard Management system Scheme GFSI: Endorsing existing schemes

11 Tools for Change – Benchmarking

12 Tools for Change - Benchmarking GFSI has recognized schemes across the scopes shown in this diagram. Pending Scopes of Recognition: – N Food Brokers/Agents – H Retail/Wholesale – G Catering – I Food Safety Services – K Equipment Manufacturing, GFSI: Ensuring Supply Chain Safety

13 Tools for Change - Benchmarking Scope of Recognition AI Farming of Animals AII Farming of Fish BI Farming of Plants BII Farming of Grains & Pulses C Animal Conversion D Pre-processing Plants EI Processing Animal Perishable Products EII Processing of Plant Perishable Products EIII Processing of Animal & Plant Perishable Products EIV Processing of Ambient Stable Products F Production of Feed J Storage & Distribution L Production of Bio Chemicals M Production of Food Packaging

14 Tools for Change – Global Markets  Voluntary tool for development of supplier food safety management systems.  Targets less developed companies in primary production (crops, grains and pulses) and food manufacturing.  Pathway toward certification against GFSI recognized food safety schemes. Roadmap to Safer Food and Market Access GFSI: Supporting Less Developed Businesses

15 Tools for Change – Auditor Competence Credentialing Governance structure outline agreed Develop success factors Competencies Post farm gate published Primary production drafted Storage, packaging, feed TBD Retail, brokers underway Knowledge Exam Professional Testing Company selected. Development of knowledge exam underway. Skill Assessment Draft template completed. Assessment tool piloted by Silliker, NSF, Eagle, Eurofins, Cargill, Kraft Pilot completed by end 2014 GFSI: Building Auditor Knowledge & Skills Status Update:

16 Let’s Share the Responsibility!

17 Find Out More! Global Food Safety GFSI Newsletter on


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