What your GFSI auditor wants to know
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is a framework that aims to reduce food safety risks and increase consistency in the food and beverage industry. The GFSI requires a third-party audit, concentrating on several key areas, including policies, documentation, controls and testing. To help ensure compliance and increase the likelihood of becoming a GSFI-certified organization, you must be prepared for your audit, and understand whether your technology infrastructure effectively supports GFSI requirements.
This infographic provides specific insights into what areas of your food safety processes will be analyzed during the audit, and how to ensure a successful and efficient process.