Plan now to attend the FMI/National Grocers Association (N.G.A.) inaugural Retail Food Safety Forum in Cincinnati on November 5 – 6, 2012. Through interactive learning, peer discussions, and idea exchanges, you will take away actionable resources to improve your company’s food safety program.
The Retail Food Safety Forum courses are designed to offer comprehensive education on food safety, as well as the opportunity to address issues such as effective recall procedures and FSMA implementation. The forum offers two tracks for professionals from companies of all sizes—including independent operators—across retail, wholesale, producer, and distribution:
- CEOs, owners, and C-level executives. Sleep better at night knowing you have a robust plan to protect your company against a potential food safety crisis.
- Food safety professionals. Get the tools, tips and information you need to enhance your food safety program.
Wind down after the intensive day of learning at a cocktail reception and SQF (Safe Quality Food) Solutions Showcase held in conjunction with the SQF International Conference. Network with new friends and business partners as you investigate a wealth of new tools, technologies, and solutions in the world of food safety, including the industry’s most comprehensive third-party accredited food safety and quality assessment program. The session is free to all Retail Food Safety Forum attendees. A separate registration and fee are required to attend only the SQF Conference.
Learn more about the Forum online at www.fmi.org/food-safety or contact Hilary Thesmar, vice president of food safety programs, at email@example.com or (202) 220-0658.