Europe’s Cucumber Salmonella Outbreak Reminds Manufacturers to Stay Current with Food Compliance News

Annually Europe is experiencing a rise in cases of Salmonella poisoning linked to the use of cucumbers in ready-to-eat foods. Without a clear source of contamination, SGS is reminding manufacturers of the importance of quality assurance and staying informed about food compliance to help ensure their products are safe to consume. - August 10, 2018

SGS Helps Manufacturers Ensure Their Products Are "Gluten-Free"

With demand for gluten-free products on the rise in the US and Europe, manufacturers need to be sure their products are safe for consumers. SGS is the only global certification body offering a choice of solutions to manufacturers. - August 12, 2017

SGS Helps with Supply Chain Risk Management & FSMA FSVP Compliance

With the arrival of the first compliance date for FSMA FSVP, SGS is helping importers by emphasizing the need for effective supply chain risk management. - August 05, 2017

SGS Explores the Use of DNA and NGS for Food Authenticity, Traceability and Safety

SGS has developed a range of techniques and technologies to ensure its clients know exactly what is in complex food samples, achieving a long-pursued aim. DNA-based methodologies have become a powerful tool for food analysis, the detection of potential adulteration, and as a deterrent to... - June 03, 2017

SGS Expertize Helps to Minimize Import Refusals

Every day, in most countries of the world, food products are refused entry - often because of paperwork, food safety and adulteration issues. These refusals generate costs and time delays for food producers and others in the value chain - but they can be avoided, with expert help. - May 24, 2017

New State-of-the-Art Agriculture and Food Testing Laboratory Opened by SGS in South Korea

On November 14, 2016, SGS opened a new dedicated state-of-the-art food testing and agricultural services laboratory in Uiwang City, near Seoul, South Korea. - December 15, 2016

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