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How to build a culture of sustainable business

By Mallen Baker on 20 April 2018

It’s time to get serious about the change we want to see in the world. Our current strategy is akin to blundering about hoping that something good will stick. It’s not going to get the job done. In order for responsible and sustainable business to become the norm, it has to becom

Meet Annelie Coetzee

By Linda Jackson on 28 February 2018

Welcome to the first of our articles on WHO makes compliance work in the food industry.I am privileged to call our first guest a very dear friend, having known and worked with Annelie Coetzee for over 20 years.

Our last words for 2017

By Linda Jackson on 22 December 2017

At the end of a year we should always look back before we look forward. 2017 has been a tough year by all accounts. On top of political uncertainty and a tough economic climate, at least three events have shaken the food industry this year.

Food Facts Friday

By Bridget Day on 21 April 2017

There's more to food than risk and compliance - there are some really amazing facts that we would like to share with you. We hope you enjoy discovering some fun food facts as much as we have!

Dark chocolate is a brain booster

By Kees Beyers Chocolates on 12 April 2017

We have great news – eat chocolate, it’s not only good for your soul but also your body, especially your brain. Recent studies have found that by eating dark chocolate every day, you can improve your brain’s cognitive functionality. But you still need to be mindful of ...

Labelling

By Rika Le Roux Kemp on 03 April 2017

At the beginning of 2010 whilst the rest of South Africa was busy with the soccer (or their lives) the Minister of Health signed Reg 146 (March 2010) and the principles of label design and advertising changed dramatically.

Finding the Right Registrar (Certification Body)

By ISO Update on 16 March 2017

Organizations that have successfully implemented a management system may choose to seek certification by an independent third party audit from a registrar/certification body (CB). Certification can serve as a valuable tool to add credibility and to demonstrate...

The difference between workshops and SETA accredited training

By Janice Giddy on 17 February 2017

There is still a lot of confusion in the industry regarding the difference between workshops and SETA Accredited training. Companies are often unaware of the benefits of accredited training for their staff. In this article we aim to highlight the differences and ...

Dubai different region, same compliance challenges

By Linda Jackson on 08 February 2017

This article is just to make you feel good! It’s to remind you that you are not the only one fighting the good fight of compliance. There are fellow soldiers all around the world and I met some in the UAE recently. I found them amid the hustle and bustle of Dubai, the sumptuous b

Microwave Safety Tips

By Bridget Day on 07 December 2016

We may only celebrate National Microwave Day once a year, but this is a household appliance that you use every day. Safety is always a priority, so here are a handful of safety tips to bear in mind when using your microwave.

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