Farm assurance provides consumers with confidence in the safety and provenance of the food they eat.
SAI global works with the industry and accreditation schemes to ensure that the standards employed are up to date and help improve standards in the industry.
Assurance Solutions for Primary Processors
Achieve business excellence, trust and transparency through our food safety audit and certification services.
Agriculture Standards & Schemes
SAI Global provides accredited services for major schemes as Global GAP, LEAF Marque and red tractor in addition to a range of processor/retailer additional requirements through customised second-party audits.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
HACCP is a risk management system that identifies, evaluates, and controls hazards related to food safety throughout the food supply chain.
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Our range of services can be configured to support improving your business excellence maturity. Take a structured approach to building profitable and sustainable business practices.
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
The adoption and certification of a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked scheme enables you and your business to access global food markets, and manage your risks, whilst building trust and confidence in your product.
Latest News & Resources
Take your Food Safety Culture from Good to Great
We have heard about it, read about it, and tried to wrap our head around it – but what really is Food Safety Culture and what do we need to do about it? Let’s start with the basics.
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The Key to Successful Audits Using the ISO 19011:2018 Framework
The recently updated ISO 19011:2018, provides excellent guidelines for the risk-based management of internal and external audit programs and auditors.
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Auditing & Certification
Effective ways to Plan and Conduct Remote Audits
Remote Audits have become a mainstay in the quality world owing to the current pandemic. While there are several significant benefits to remote audits such as eliminating costs of physically sending auditors to a site – and as technology develops, deliver increasingly accurate reflections of the audit site’s condition, being highly flexible and can be scheduled quickly in response to problems, there are also real challenges and risks to consider and address if a remote audit is going to yield a useful and accurate representation of the audited organization.
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