United Fresh | Food Safety
  • 25 Mar 2024

    Food Safety & Risk Analysis Update - March 2024

    Welcome to this edition of our Food Safety Update. We aim to provide you with a snapshot of information on topical and relevant food safety issues and, where, applicable, the links to allow you to take your knowledge further.

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  • 27 Feb 2024

    Food Safety & Risk Analysis Update - February 2024

    This edition discusses MPI’s review of imported foods, particularly in light of the recent observation from the Auditor General to improve food import supervision, after the Performance Audit his office conducted in the last quarter of 2023.

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  • 12 Dec 2023

    Food Safety & Risk Analysis Update

    This edition discusses the upcoming review of the United Fresh Produce Industry Food Safety and Traceability Framework (the Framework). We examine the increasing importance of this Framework, to ensure the effective coordination of the fresh produce supply chain food safety initiatives.

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  • 04 Sep 2023

    Food Safety & Sustainability Update - Demystifying Smart Bioplastic Anti-Bacterial Food Packaging

    Welcome to our latest Food Safety Update. We aim to provide you with a snapshot of information on topical and relevant food safety issues and, where, applicable, the links to allow you to take your knowledge further.

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  • 15 Aug 2023

    Food Safety & Traceability - August 2023

    This edition discusses activities in the Food Safety and Traceability area over the last year. We examine the increasing attention directed to having effective and efficient Traceability of fresh produce along the supply chain.

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  • 02 May 2023

    Food Safety Newsletter – May 2023

    This newsletter covers several strategic “helicopter” issues for the industry, which have both Food Safety and Sustainability implications.

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  • 20 Apr 2023

    Balancing sustainability costs with rising prices in our fruit and vegetable industry

    Research conducted last year showed nearly two thirds of Kiwi shoppers were unwilling to pay a premium for fruit and vegetables grown, picked, packed and delivered with sustainable practices

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