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(Update) JFSM Membership Debriefing Session Spring 2023 will be held on Thursday, May 11.


The Japan Food Safety Management Association (JFSM) Membership Debriefing Session will be held on Thursday, May 11, 2012.

JFSM provides its members with up-to-date information on food safety issues and will continue to hold the meeting online as it did last year.

In this program, the Food Industry Center will talk about food additives that pose a barrier to exporting processed foods overseas and the results of regulatory surveys and information platforms in each destination country.

In addition, the GFSI conference in Atlanta, USA, April 24-27, 2023, will be introduced with the latest information, and the 5 most common non-conformities in JFS standard audits will be explained.

■JFSM Member Debriefing Session Spring 2023 Overview

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2023, 14:00-16:00

Format: Online webinar format (Zoom)

How to register: Please register at the following link


Program: Please also refer to the leaflet (Only in Japanese)

14:00 "JFSM Business Report/ GFSI Conference Update

  Tetsuro Oha, President of JFSM

14:45 "Information for JFSM members on how to utilize the JFSM website

  Tadashi Osawa, JFSM Business Promotion Department

<15:00 Intermission >

15:05 "Introduction of "International Standardization Project for Processed Foods" subsidized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan

  Mr. Masayuki Hiramoto, Deputy Director, Business Promotion Department, Food Industry Center

15:35 "JFS-B audit results from the data

  Ms. Konomi Nishimura, Assistant Manager, Business Promotion Department, JFSM

15:55 "Announcement from JFSM

  Masaki Kotani, Director General, JFSM

Please note that the program is subject to change without notice.

Disclaimer: The translation process used on this English website is partially offered by a "machine translation" for your convenience. This translated document is provided for information purposes only. In the event of a difference of interpretation or a dispute, the original Japanese version of this document is binding.