We are endeavoring to shift the food system to a consumer centric one. A food system where consumers feedback can be easily verified, collated and their issues resolved. While food incidents will continue to occur; a quicker response results in less food based illness, better food security, more efficient recalls and a more robust food system.
A single consumer’s voice can do very little, but collect up those individual experiences and knowledge, verify them with other sources and then present them to the relevant person in the food supply chain and change can happen...
The Christmas season is well and truly underway in New Zealand. It is a busy time of year filled with barbecues and holiday feasts with friends and family. But while you are enjoying your ham, pavlova and summer salads, it’s important to think about food safety during the holiday season. Here are some useful tips to remember to avoid getting sick these holidays.Read More
Warnings of an acute shortage of workers to harvest food crops in New Zealand are growing. But the problem – and potential solution are more complex than they may seem, and give rise to the question: ‘Is food too cheap?”Read More