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Mettler Toledo offers white paper on achieving global certification in food safety& quality

February 6, 2013
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This detailed white paper from METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection, "Achieving Global Certification in Food Safety & Quality," offers a thorough examination of current certification standards and describes the four food safety and quality standards most accepted on a global scale.

In addition to existing general quality standards, such as ISO 9001, and quality systems such as GMP or HACCP, it has become increasingly important for food manufacturers and retailers to be certified according to a food-specific, GFSI-accepted standard. This comprehensive examination of today’s requirements offers a roadmap to achieving such a standard.

To download this extensive free paper and learn more about the state of global food safety standards, go to:

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