Deerfield, Illinois and Rockville, Maryland, 19 June 2019, – FoodChain ID (“FoodChain ID”), a Paine Schwartz Partners, LLC portfolio company and a market leading platform dedicated to providing technology enabled food safety, quality, and sustainability solutions, today announced that it has acquired Decernis LLC (“Decernis”), a leading provider of technology and content solutions for compliance, […]
FoodChain ID will be exhibiting as booth 27 at the North American Food Safety and Quality show, taking place June 4-5 in Chicago. Stop by the booth for a free HorizonScan™ ingredient risk assessment for an ingredient of your choice and be sure to pick up a copy of our latest whitepaper, Moving Beyond Organic. […]
The FoodChain ID team is looking forward to attending the IFT show in New Orleans June 3-5, 2019. We will be exhibiting at booth 4135 as a proud participant in the Iowa Pavillion. During the show, we will be offering free HorizonScan™ ingredient risk assessments for an ingredient of your choice. Our latest whitepapers, Transparency- […]
FoodChain ID is pleased to announce our participation as an exhibitor and Thought Leader at the 2019 BRCGS Food Safety Americas conference in San Diego, CA. During the show, we will be offering complimentary HorizonScan™ ingredient risk assessments for an ingredient of your choice at booth 15. Our panel discussion, Supply chain risk analysis- ensuring […]
FoodChain ID will be exhibiting as booth 820 at the Food Safety Summit in Rosemont, IL May 7-9. We are excited to feature our presentation, “Chemical, Biological and Physical Hazards: Latest Trends and How to Manage Them,” with FoodChain ID’s director of Business Development Ron Stakland on Thursday, May 9 from 2-2:30pm. During the presentation […]
Join us on the 25th March 2019 in Milton Keynes to gain valuable insight into the benefits of Non-GMO Project Verification, and enjoy sessions on managing supply chain risks, GFSI requirements and demonstrating FSMA preparedness.
Exporters to the European Union (EU) need to know how to be in compliance with regulations regarding genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This article presents three key points exporters must consider when shipping food products into the EU market: GMO labeling, GMO authorization, and GMO testing
For brand owners, manufacturers, growers, and others seeking to earn the Non-GMO Project (NGP) Verified seal for food products, GMO testing may be required. Testing helps determine a product’s compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard, a consensus-based document detailing requirements for product verification.
Come and visit us at booth 415 in Hall 1 and find out what makes us a reliable partner for increasing your competitiveness in the market and receive global recognition.
We are pleased to announce that Genetic ID’s parent company – The FoodChain ID Group – has acquired Analitus Análises Biotecnológicas a leading food safety testing laboratory based in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Established in 2013 following a spin-off from EcoCerta Laboratory, Analitus brings to FoodChain ID/Genetic ID a complementary Brazilian and Latin American-focused […]