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  • How the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act could impact international regulatory practices
    Companies in the food chain, from “farm to table”, should respond to these new FSMA regulations — some already enacted, and some that may be introduced over the next few years — to improve their overall food safety programs.
  • Resilience and growth through supply chain collaboration: Four steps to an effective supplier collaboration
    As supply chains become increasingly complex, distant and opaque, the search for improved efficiency and lower costs spans the globe and often involves thousands of suppliers.
  • Compliance & Risk whitepaper - Compliance-Innovation: Enabling strategic growth
    James Cascone, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP and co-leader of the Center for the Global Food Value Chain comments on the role of compliance in strategic planning and innovation.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on supply chain risk
    In this issue, James Cascone, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP and leader of the Center for the Global Food Value Chain, takes a closer look at supply chain risks associated with our food supply.
  • Staff vigilance: The first line of food defense
    Dr. Craig Henry, Deloitte & Touche LLP, is quoted in an article in Food Engineering magazine.
  • Deloitte Module in WSJ – CFO Journal: Conflict mineral rule - A silver lining for CFOs?
    Although the SEC’s Conflict mineral rule presents new compliance challenges for CFOs, efforts to comply with the rule may yield insights into opportunities for cost savings.
  • Conflict minerals: Understanding compliance challenges
    Companies should evaluate their own internal capabilities to fully understand conflict minerals and the course of action to take in terms of implementing new regulations.
  • The need for food defense in the post-9/11 era: Can the risk be ignored?
    Food Defense is the protection of food from intentional contamination by biological, chemical, physical, or radiological agents that are not reasonably likely to occur in the food supply. The food and beverage industry is struggling how to approach food defense.
  • Food safety: A year in review, 2012 issues, challenges, and forward momentum
    This report reflects on some significant food incidents that took place in 2012 and explore what may lay ahead for the food industry.
  • Taste of the nation: Resilient despite rain and races
    Together with BRDC we are pleased to announce the launch the fourth edition of Taste of the Nation - Resilient despite rain and races. For those executives who have experienced the changing dynamics of the going out sector, we hope this edition of our Taste of the Nation survey provides a valuable insight into how the business may evolve.
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