Food Safety Standards & Regulations
A global look at food safety regulations
Till today the food safety and quality legislation in Malaysia is progressively being updated to attend specific needs of consumers and food manufacturers. Consideration needs to include external and internal challenges such as harmonisation with international and local standards as well as social and cultural habits. Establishing an effective food safety and quality programme can sometimes be perplexing especially for the food processing companies, as there are various standards and regulations to implement.
WHO states the challenges for food control authorities include:
Explore and find out what food safety standards and regulations would impact your business today.
In 2017, Rentokil Initial is once again the proud sponsor of the Global Food Safety Conference in Houston, Texas.
In Malaysia, many can share their stories of being a food poisoning victim after visiting an eatery. However, we cannot ignore the news of cases involving business closures due to unhygienic premises and news that involves the death of a 5 year old little boy due to Salmonella food poisoning.
Explore our food safety news section mainly covering food safety related issues in Malaysia.
Read about food poisoning cases and related news of food safety issues in Malaysia.
Food supply chain is becoming increasingly complex and strained due to population growth and rising of safe food demands. Thus, it is imperative to innovate so that food supply chain can run more efficiently and effectively.
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Foodborne illnesses are a common, yet preventable, public health problem across the globe. Poor hand hygiene and food preparation practices as well as pests, present a big threat to food safety along the entire supply chain, leading to serious problems for both individuals and to business operations.
Food-borne illnesses are a common, yet preventable, public health problem across the globe. Failing to comply to food safety practises result in products becoming contaminated with diseases such as Salmonella and E.coli