SAI Global is a leading provider of public and in-house training across Australia. As a registered training organisation (RTO) we provide courses on food safety management systems, ISO 22000, food auditing, HACCP, BRC and more. SAI Global also provide audit and certification services for food safety management systems.
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Standards Australia has approved a new olive oil standard for both imported and domestic oils. The standard will promote and protect authentic products and put consumers in a much stronger position when it comes to making informed choices.
The first ‘Australian Standard for organic and biodynamic products has been published. AS 6000-2009 Organic and biodynamic products outlines the minimum requirements to be met by growers and manufacturers wishing to label products ‘organic’ and ‘biodynamic’. It establishes an agreed set of procedures to be followed for the production, preparation, transportation, marketing and labelling of organic and biodynamic products, including food and processed food.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has released the revised standard ISO 9001:2008, Quality management systems.
ISO 7304-2:2008 — Alimentary pasta produced from durum wheat semolina — Estimation of cooking quality by sensory analysis — Part 2: Routine method, describes a test method for laboratories to determine a minimum of cooking time for pasta.
ISO has launched a CD that contains the ISO 22000 series of standards developed to help operators in the food chain to implement food safety management systems. The CD also includes related standards for conformity assessment professionals involved in the certification of food safety management systems and in the accreditation of bodies carrying out such certification.
While mass bio-attacks on our water or food supplies may seem to belong in the realm of science fiction, there exists a very real threat to global food manufacturers from deliberate attacks and food fraud either through substitution or adulteration.