How Blockchain can Improve Food Safety in China’s Swine Industry

By Chih-Chieh Chang, Analyst GFSF   Situation In 2016, IBM, Walmart, and Tsinghua University in Beijing scaled up a pilot project to examine how blockchain can increase food traceability and transparency. Using IBM’s Linux Foundation blockchain-based Hyperledger technology, they found that blockchain can shorten the time to trace swine products’ information. For example, it would only […]

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GFSF Article Highlighted in FoodOnline

FoodOnline Guest Column | April 18, 2018  How Artificial Intelligence And Big Data Are Bolstering Food Safety  By Shijia Yao, Analyst, Global Food Safety Forum We’re all familiar with China’s past food safety issue with infant formula. But, past food safety events have taught many lessons for China, as well as the rest of the […]

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GFSF-CCIC PARTNERSHIP

GFSF-CCIC PARTNERSHIP GFSF (www.globalfoodsafetyforum.org ) and CCIC (http://www.ccic.com/web/static/catalogs/catalog_english/english.html) are proud to announce their collaboration for future food safety activities. Our collaboration will focus on activities underway in China for 2017-2018. CCIC is a leading inspection, certification, and testing service provider. Their inspection services include pre-shipment and consumer product inspection; certification services include product, management and […]

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Nuclear techniques applied in agro-food quality and safety control in China

Carlos Carbone   This article will present some of the latest trends studied by Chinese researchers for food traceability using nuclear techniques. Stable isotope analysis for agro-food provenance verification and authenticity discrimination This technique focuses on the use of isotopic fingerprinting techniques for food traceability. It’s becoming a reliable tool for this, due to the […]

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China’s Demonstration Supermarkets to Set Best Practices in Food Safety

  Yushuang Sun   China has been engulfed in food safety crises as a litany of food safety incidents unveiled regulatory loopholes and severely undermined consumer confidence in the domestic food market. Amid the turmoil, the country has attempted to revamp its institutional and legal frameworks over the past five years. In 2013, the China […]

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GFSF-CCIC PARTNERSHIP / GFSF-CCIC合作伙伴关系

  GFSF (www.globalfoodsafetyforum.org ) and CCIC (http://www.ccic.com/web/static/catalogs/catalog_english/english.html) are proud to announce their collaboration for future food safety activities.   Our collaboration will focus on activities underway in China for 2017-2018.  CCIC is a leading inspection, certification, and testing service provider. Their inspection services include pre-shipment and consumer product inspection; certification services include product, management and international […]

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GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY EVENT CALENDAR

  11th FoodHACCP Food Safety Conference November 15 – 16, 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada 2017 Food Safety Consortium November 28 – December 1, 2017, Schaumburg, Illinois 20th International Conference on Food Safety and Packaging Technologies  January 29 – 30, 2018, Sydney, Australia GFSI Global Food Safety Conference March 5 – 8, 2018, Tokyo, Japan Food Ingredients China March 22- […]

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China Adopts Tightened Rules Governing Food Safety Online and Retail Food Sectors

Yushuang Sun   Online food ordering and delivery services have brought significant changes to the farm-to-fork food supply chain in China. According to a report released by China’s largest restaurant food delivery platform, Meituan-Dianping, food delivery revenues tripled in 2016 to RMB 130 billion (USD 20 billion) and have the potential to reach RMB 300 […]

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