Supply chain resilience

Multiple global factors are creating significant challenges for food and drink manufacturers. From the ability to source the required ingredient, to a rise in ingredient costs, the continued use of some no longer makes commercial sense.

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Control measures for tackling food fraud

Even though fraudsters continue to come up with new ways to both commit food fraud and evade detection, there are strategies that you can employ to protect y...

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Lessons learnt from previous food fraud incidents

Even if control measures appear robust, food business operators must not be complacent against the threat of food fraud.

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Beating food crime: download our FREE eBook

Food crime is a significant threat to any food or drink business operator, with many associated food safety risks.

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How to defend your business against food fraud

Food fraud is a significant threat to any food or drink business operator and there are many food associated safety risks. Plus food fraud can have huge repu...

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Campden BRI Millers' Day

In collaboration with UK Flour Millers, we are delighted to invite members of the milling industry and interested stakeholders to a free one-day event at Chi...

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5 drivers impacting global food safety

As the transformation in the way we produce, distribute and consume food continues, there is a need for effective and proactive food safety management that k...

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The importance of TACCP

Richard Leathers, Global Quality Lead covers the importance and key features of TACCP – needed to protect your food business from food fraud and deliberate a...

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Preparing for 2024 – expected trends and challenges

What food and drink industry trends and threats are you preparing for as we head into the coming year? How will you and your business navigate the challenges...

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Achieving sustainability and efficiency through new technologies

By adopting advanced technologies and best practices, manufacturers can improve the efficiency and sustainability of many different food and drink processing...

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Pathogen risks to be aware of – lessons from recent recalls and outbreaks

An overview of the foodborne pathogens of concern in the food processing environment and the food chain, drawing on recent outbreak and recall information.

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Agility for overcoming supply chain disruption

How to build resilience against supply chain challenges and threats, including the importance of having an agile and holistic food safety management system i...

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Four ways to build supply chain resilience

Supply chain resilience enables businesses to protect themselves from negative impacts of supply chain threats, and thrive in an ever-changing environment. T...

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What is organisational resilience?

As global and local factors continue to transform the way we produce, distribute and consume food and drink, business operators need to build resilience for ...

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Supply chain assurance, traceability, and raw material risk assessments

The importance of supply chain assurance, traceability and raw material risk assessments for ensuring resilience against supply chain threats.

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Positive food safety culture and supply chain resilience

The importance and benefits of a positive food safety culture, including with particular reference to supply chain resilience.

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Supply chain resilience: download our FREE eBook

Make your business more resilient, agile and effective, so that you can ensure efficient continuity of supply of safe, quality food.

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Research, partnerships and accessing funding

Craig Leadley, Technology Fellow covers UKRI funding channels, connecting businesses to funding bodies and resources, the exciting research for which we have...


Are you getting the ingredients you paid for?

For more on analysis and testing, including rapid turnaround for urgent testing, visit our service pages.

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Attending the Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) Spring conference 2023

IFST’s Spring Conference was on ‘Taming the Perfect Storm’ and the interconnecting health, nutrition, food security and environmental challenges facing our i...

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Egg functionality: tackling variability and ensuring product quality

Egg characteristics will vary depending on the diet, environment and genetics of the hens, as well as the production practices, age of the eggs and their sto...

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5 ways to benefit from food processing improvement strategies

Food processing technologies improve the efficiency and safety of the processes used to transform raw materials into finished food and beverage products. By ...

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Ingredient functionality: unlock power and control through detailed understanding

Knowing the purpose of each ingredient in your product, and what characteristics enable them to fulfil these, can help manufacturers to overcome challenges w...

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BRCGS Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 9: a guide to key changes

This short guide will help you to understand the key changes that have been made and how they will affect your business.

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What will 2023 bring for the food and drink industry?

What food and drink industry trends and threats are you preparing for as we head into the coming year? How will you and your business navigate the challenges...

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How resilient is your supply chain?

Campden BRI has a long history of providing specialist advice to the food and drink industry on best practice for ensuring that supply chains remain resilien...

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Improving your supply chain resilience

This webinar discusses the latest best practice for ensuring that your supply chain remains resilient when under threat.

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Remote auditing to help you manage risk

This webinar describes how remote auditing works, how you can prepare for it and how to ensure compliance with food safety systems.

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Global Survey Food Safety Training 2020

Bertrand Emond covers the results of his annual global food survey in a clear and graphic format.

Blockchain and emerging approaches supporting food safety management systems

Blockchain and emerging approaches supporting food safety management systems

A blockchain, in simple terms, is a growing list of records (called blocks) that are linked using cryptography.

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Food safety systems

Food safety systems and culture in meeting the needs of global markets (Andrew Collins)

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Supply chain assurance

Thanks to the global supply chain, consumers today have an abundant supply of food all year round.

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Sustainable Crop Protection

Pesticides are a vital tool for farmers and growers to enable the production of economic yields of marketable crops which meet the requirements of the supply...

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Traceability is a widely used term and is one of those broad concepts, like quality, for which there are many definitions and applications.

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Risk assessment of raw materials

As the range and prevalence of hazards in the food chain continues to grow and food manufacturers increasingly look to global markets to source raw materials...


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