What: Free Webinar
When: On Demand Until September 23, 2021
Food Safety Webinar: Supply Chain Integrity - Strengthening the Global Supply Chain Network
How do you build trust in your supply chain?
Don’t miss this webinar from Lloyd’s Register, Ingredion, and Tate & Lyle, and Food Safety Magazine.
This interactive webinar will explore where and why weak points in the global supply chain remain that continue to lead to recalls, illnesses, and brand risk across the food industry. While many of these issues do not originate at the sites of major manufacturers or retailers, and instead may originate further down the supply chain, what is the call to action for industry and regulators to ensure the evolution of strong primary production standards and whole-chain transparency that is so vital to delivering true product integrity?
The webinar panel of industry experts include Pam Malcontento, Senior Director, North America Quality at Ingredion Incorporated; James Nasella, Global Food Safety and Quality, Tate & Lyle; and Stephen Sanderson, Head of Agriculture, Customized Assurance at Lloyd’s Register. Together, they will share their experiences and insights on some of the most pressing issues impacting food producers today.
- Supply chain weak points: Are these ‘new’ or just more noticeable due to the ever-increasing standards expected by customers?
- Collaboration: The key roles that retailers, suppliers, and farms play to strengthen supply chains
- Reducing vulnerability: How data exchange, digitalization, and more open communication can improve supply chain transparency
Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity for audience questions to be put to our expert panel, making this an opportunity not to be missed.
Pam Malcontento, Senior Director of North America Quality, Ingredion Incorporated
Pam has over 30 years in food and pharmaceutical excipient manufacturing and distribution, specializing in building dynamic teams and supporting constant organizational changes while supporting continually advancing quality and product safety systems. Pam has been with Ingredion Incorporated for more than 3 years, currently as the Senior Director of North America Quality, with experiences prior to Ingredion including meat processing, low acid canned foods, dairy products, confections, infant and medical foods and foodservice manufacturing.
James Nasella, Global Food Safety and Quality, Tate & Lyle
James is the global food safety resource for 20 quality site managers with expertise in BRC Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked standard, food safety regulations, food defense, and hazard analysis. Sites under his supervision have maintained an A grade for BRC or equivalent during 3rd party GFSI audits. During his 10 year career, he has delivered gap assessments, implementation strategies, and ongoing support for GFSI standard updates and compliance.
Stephen Sanderson, Global Technical Director, Lloyd’s Register
Stephen is experienced in strategic commercial operations and technical management with a demonstrated history of working in the agricultural and certification industry. Skilled in client account management, team leadership, and coaching, Stephen has a depth of technical and practical agricultural experience combined with a passion to deliver a high standard at all levels.
Barbara VanRenterghem, Ph.D., Editorial Director, Food Safety Magazine