About BSI

The food industry is under the spotlight. Saving Earth’s resources has become a vital challenge – and the traditional “take, make and dispose” model is no longer enough. 

At a time when consumers are more eco-conscious than ever, and especially shrewd about their food and beverage choices, food businesses are under pressure to embed sustainable practices into every part of their supply chain “from farm to fork”.

Many organizations are aware of the opportunities, but making the shift towards circular, sustainable thinking is not an easy task.

But being sustainable is not just about doing the right thing for the environment. It is also an important business move. Sustainability is all about being circular – in other words, resources should be recovered at their highest quality, reused, and kept in circulation for as long as possible. 

That applies to everything from food processing to packaging – and it not only cuts waste but is much more efficient, adding lasting value to the business and giving it a competitive advantage. Additionally, it can boost a business’s reputation, proving that it is responding to customer expectations and remaining relevant in the marketplace.

All food organizations, with sustainability at the core of their strategy, can become more efficient and achieve substantial cost savings. But more than this, with systems in place to encourage a circular culture of sustainability, the industry can set a benchmark for climate and clean energy action.

Committing to a more sustainable business model means becoming part of a wider movement – one that is defining and cultivating a more positive vision of the future.

With systems in place to support this, food businesses will become more resilient, more trusted, and more able to provide food and resources for the generations to come.

Why BSI?

We believe the world should be supplied with quality food that is both safe and sustainable. We’re a leading food safety certification provider with extensive auditing for a wide range of food safety and business standards across the entire food and beverage supply chain – including Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognized standards.

Our services for the food sector include certification, training, assessment, and supply chain solutions. Combined, they can help assure your customers and make your organization more resilient by enabling you to manage the risks and opportunities associated with your products, processes, people, and respective supply chains.

With over 2,800 food and agri-food standards in our portfolio, we are well-positioned to support the industry and the challenges faced by the supply chain including food safety, food security, sustainability, land usage, energy, water, business risk, and corporate social responsibility issues.

Keeping Food Safe, Sustainable and Socially Responsible
 

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About BSI

The food industry is under the spotlight. Saving Earth’s resources has become a vital challenge – and the traditional “take, make and dispose” model is no longer enough. 

At a time when consumers are more eco-conscious than ever, and especially shrewd about their food and beverage choices, food businesses are under pressure to embed sustainable practices into every part of their supply chain “from farm to fork”.

Many organizations are aware of the opportunities, but making the shift towards circular, sustainable thinking is not an easy task.

But being sustainable is not just about doing the right thing for the environment. It is also an important business move. Sustainability is all about being circular – in other words, resources should be recovered at their highest quality, reused, and kept in circulation for as long as possible. 

That applies to everything from food processing to packaging – and it not only cuts waste but is much more efficient, adding lasting value to the business and giving it a competitive advantage. Additionally, it can boost a business’s reputation, proving that it is responding to customer expectations and remaining relevant in the marketplace.

All food organizations, with sustainability at the core of their strategy, can become more efficient and achieve substantial cost savings. But more than this, with systems in place to encourage a circular culture of sustainability, the industry can set a benchmark for climate and clean energy action.

Committing to a more sustainable business model means becoming part of a wider movement – one that is defining and cultivating a more positive vision of the future.

With systems in place to support this, food businesses will become more resilient, more trusted, and more able to provide food and resources for the generations to come.

Why BSI?

We believe the world should be supplied with quality food that is both safe and sustainable. We’re a leading food safety certification provider with extensive auditing for a wide range of food safety and business standards across the entire food and beverage supply chain – including Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognized standards.

Our services for the food sector include certification, training, assessment, and supply chain solutions. Combined, they can help assure your customers and make your organization more resilient by enabling you to manage the risks and opportunities associated with your products, processes, people, and respective supply chains.

With over 2,800 food and agri-food standards in our portfolio, we are well-positioned to support the industry and the challenges faced by the supply chain including food safety, food security, sustainability, land usage, energy, water, business risk, and corporate social responsibility issues.

Keeping Food Safe, Sustainable and Socially Responsible
 

Contact Us

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