Effective Food Safety & Quality Assurance (FSQA) management systems are about more than ticking items off of checklists. They’re about developing food safety culture.
Instilling risk-based analytical thinking in each factory enriches our value chain by preparing suppliers to address today’s challenges and tomorrow’s risks.
And it takes a team of technical experts to mentor food manufacturers and monitor food safety and quality systems regularly at supplier factories and farms.
In a perfect world, customers could rest assured that their sourcing needs would automagically fit their Approved Supplier Process. But in reality, even the most confident suppliers win with a farm to fork FSQA partner that:
GFSI gives you confidence that your supplier safety systems are on the right track. The Marcatus FSQA Audit builds on this foundation by giving suppliers the skills to develop and internalize the safety habit. When suppliers understand the spirit of each requirement, they're better equipped to manage risks as they arise.
Global food safety laws are constantly evolving. Marcatus QED employs food-law nerds who stay ahead of and train suppliers in exciting arts like food defence, labeling, approved pesticides and their application, and other current and emerging regulatory risks.
People like when brands stand for things that matter to them. Our global experience at all levels of the value chain offers perspectives and creative solutions that save time and resources on your journey to certification readiness.
Meeting our quality commitment means conducting risk-based inspections, from representative samples to inspecting every unit of finished product. Our inspections & monitoring services include (but aren't limited to):
Education is key to suppliers' readiness to manage tomorrow's challenges. We promote food science and risk-based learning by compiling training material into an easy to understand language. Example training topics include:
Effective FSQA management systems are about more than ticking items off of checklists. They’re about developing food safety culture.