Food Safety During Supply Chain Management is considered a great concern and cross-cutting activity within globally recognized food safety parameters to mitigate the risks in the supply chain management ensuring to comply with relevant regulations for protecting consumer’s rights and maintaining sustainable businesses.
“South Asia has the largest numbers of stunted children in the Asia Pacific, with 61 million, or 34% of children suffering from stunted growth. This is in the WHO category of very high prevalence. As reported in Asia and the Pacific Regional Overview of Food Security and Malnutrition 2018, Pakistan has a higher prevalence of stunted children than any other country in South Asia (higher even than Afghanistan). The burden of stunted children in Pakistan is estimated at 12 million, which is the third-highest in the world; WFP, Overview of the Pakistan Food Security and Nutrition, 2019.
SBN-GAIN appreciates SMEs management commitment and joins hands with the global program towards implementation of Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) effectively and efficiently.