Kersia, McDonalds, and YUM! Brands Demonstrate Commitment to Delivering Safe Food to People Everywhere
Paris, 26 September 2022 – Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI; The Coalition), The Consumer Goods Forum’s Coalition of Action on food safety, is pleased to announce the following three companies have joined The Coalition: Kersia, McDonalds, and YUM! Brand. The new members display their commitment towards strengthening GFSI’s position of ensuring access to safe food for people everywhere. The Coalition now totals 42 Companies, all of whom are members of The Consumer Goods Forum.
Erica Sheward, GFSI Director said, “ We are delighted to welcome companies of this stature, and look forward to their collaborative leadership in making sure that more people have access to safe food across the globe. Kersia, McDonalds and Yum!Brands arrival to The Coalition reaffirms the significance of GFSI’s role in the food safety community and its ongoing pursuit towards overcoming the challenges we face today.”
Everyone has the right to access safe, nutritious, and nourishing food which is why GFSI’s work is critical to every community across the globe. As one of the world’s leading networks to help achieve safe food, GFSI is committed to making food safety everyone’s business.
About the Global Food Safety Initiative
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI; the Coalition) is a CEO-led Coalition of Action from The Consumer Goods Forum, bringing together 42 retailers and manufacturers and an extended food safety community to help oversee food safety standards for businesses and help provide access to safe food for people everywhere. As one of the world’s largest networks to help achieve safe food , GFSI is committed to making food safety everyone’s business and the Coalition members are addressing challenges facing food safety systems in their supply chains and the markets they operate in, and are helping to raise the food safety bar globally. Its ambition is to strengthen and harmonise food safety systems so they are able to feed the growing, global population and develop markets that can deliver food safely, no matter where in the world the consumer is. To learn more, visit www.mygfsi.com
For further information, contact Sarah Menigault, Communications Officer, The Consumer Goods Forum: email@example.com