Key insights into recall management feature in new webinar

By James Ridler contact

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This webinar with focus on impact of recalls and how to avoid them
This webinar with focus on impact of recalls and how to avoid them

Related tags: Regulation, Packaging & labelling

Preventing recalls and mitigating their potential financial and reputational costs are key topics that will be addressed in a free webinar from Food Manufacture.

Sponsored by Columbus Global, the webinar on 17 March at 3pm GMT – Approaching recalls simply and cost-effectively –​ will feature a panel of experts who will discuss key tips and tricks to help your business survive recalls and the damage they could potentially inflict.

Shield Safety Group strategic adviser and food safety consultant Sterling Crew will look at when a recall is not a recall, followed by a discussion with Ashbury Labelling regulatory manager Steve Spice on avoiding labelling slip-ups and how the impact and waste from resulting recalls can be minimised.

Simon Noakes, small and medium business director at Columbus Group, will speak on allergen management and the importance of vigilance over critical control points and the supply chain. The webinar will wrap up with a Q&A session with the speakers.

Don’t delay, register here​ for this free webinar from Food Manufacture​ on Approaching recalls simply and cost-effectively​, and learn how to safeguard your business from the threat of product recalls.

Meanwhile, small pieces of metal, undeclared allergens and incorrect date labelling have all sparked recalls by food and drink manufacturers in the past week.

Related topics: Allergens, Technical

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