HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach - 9 September 2020 -GS1 Hong Kong launches a brand new “Quality Food Scheme+” programme to encourage food & beverage enterprises to adopt more stringent measures in accordance with internationally accredited standards in terms of management, control and traceability, for example identifying critical control points along the food supply chain, which helps to enhance food safety and instil trust in consumers. (From left to right) Patrick Tong, General Manager of Tong Shun Hing Poultry (HK) Co. Ltd.; May Chung, Chairperson of Hong Kong Food and Beverage Industry Advisory Board of GS1 HK, and General Manager of Nestlé Hong Kong Ltd.; Anna Lin, Chief Executive of GS1 HK; Ben Tsang, Managing Director of SGS Hong Kong; Heidi Ho, Principal Consultant of GS1 HK. Triple Confidence Using a Trio of International Standards The Centre for Food Safety has issued more than 75 food alerts and results of sample with irregularity since the start of this year. The foods not in compliance cover seafood, vegetables, sauce, etc., from Australia, China, England, France, Thailand, New Zealand and others. They were either stopped sale, removed from shelves or recalled by the traders. While food safety incidents happen regularly, citizens have been… Read full this story
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