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Food safety experts “have key responsibility” to build resilience in face of climate change

NGO Forum for the Future tells a BRC Global Standards conference that food safety professionals have a significant role in preparing for a climate-compromised food supply chain.

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The global food supply chain can be more resilient and stable to prevent supply chain shocks as the effects of climate change disrupt the system, a London conference heard today. And food safety experts have a key role in ensuring that resilience is in place throughout the chain, delegates were told.

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