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Download our Hot Source ebook on Global Food Integrity Issues and Emerging Risks

Welcome to the second edition of Hot Source, a food integrity summary that provides you with information on the latest emerging risks and food safety challenges powered with intelligence from HorizonScan. HorizonScan intelligence houses data since 1999 to date and is a vital web based food safety alerting tool of raw material and global commodity issues across all food integrity areas. The system will help keep you posted on hazard and risk assessments across all food sectors from around the world and specific issues that may concern you.

  • HorizonScan is developed and researched by industry experts
  • It is a web based food safety alerting tool of raw material and global commodity issues across all food integrity areas
  • It keeps you up to date with standards such as BRC v7 and FSMA, emerging risks in specific markets, industry developments and hazards focusing on food quality, safety and sustainability
  • The system delivers real-time information with options for regular email alerts related specifically to your commodity interests with searchable summary of all problems in individual commodities at an international level
  • Official sites of 63 countries with over 90 independent sources scanned daily