FSA Ltd recognizes the fact that as world gets smaller through globalization and regional integration, global client base is getting larger. Producers and manufacturers should not let foreign regulations and national regulatory or consumer requirements block their business’s global and nation-wide market access.
International standards like ISO 22,000:2005, ISO 9001: and Global GAP or national safety and quality compulsory standards and other regulatory requirements have potential to deny their products access to vital markets. Also most categories of business operators whether local or foreign, bear a responsibility to produce safe products that would not inflict ill health to the consumers or negatively impact the environment.
Ensuring that companies meet global buyer’s stringent requirements or global suppliers meet the company’s requirements to produce safe products can be achieved through training, improvements and audits, which is a gradual learning process.
Business owners may find themselves in a difficult position having to juggle the day-to-day running of their businesses with technical aspects of product safety and food hygiene. This is where FSA Ltd can help.
FSA Ltd is providing management, consultancy, auditing, certification, testing and analytical, research, training and advisory services using well trained local personnel with experience and skills that fit that of international scale which should limit travel expenses related to external travels by foreign expert normally incurred by business operators and public agencies.
FSA Ltd comes in to provide technical support through giving advice, skills and knowledge to persons managing products or food operations in order to reduce the potential impacts of consumption of unsafe products by customers and loss to the business that may arise from consumer complaints, product rejection and regulatory sanctions.
FSA Ltd with its wide experience, skill and knowledge base in the area of products safety and quality, provides working solutions to producers (growers), transporters, handlers, processors and manufacturers, retailers, food operators, products and/or food distributors, and those involved in catering and food service operations to ensure food is delivered to and consumed by consumers as whole some and safe food.