Food

FOOD INDUSTRY SAFETY SERVICES

SUPPORTING YOU TO MEET SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Food safety is critical, at every stage of your food business, but with greater responsibility and evolving legislation, it can be a challenge to meet these requirements.

Having robust food safety is critical in meeting your legal responsibilities. With an experienced team of food safety specialists, Bureau Veritas provides simple and clear solutions for your business to help understand and meet your obligations with confidence.

We provide food safety advice and auditing services, working in partnership with clients spanning the entire hospitality sector, including: 

  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Corporate fine dining
  • Visitor attraction catering
  • State and independent schools
  • University campuses
  • Hotels 
  • Events
  • Contract caterers 

Wherever you are in your food safety journey, whether you need a safety audit, assistance with developing a management system, or support in the event of an incident, we’re here to help. 
 

WHY CHOOSE BUREAU VERITAS FOR FOOD SAFETY SUPPORT?

  • A dedicated team of experienced food safety experts who understand your sector 
  • Full range of food safety and H&S services from a global leader
  • Quality assurance from an independent third-party, operating worldwide  
  • Flexible, tailored approach to support your individual business needs  
     
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George
Macfie

Technical Manager

Bureau Veritas

We understand food and we’re passionate about food safety. Most importantly, we know there’s no room for error when it comes to safety.

Our qualified consultants combine real-life experience with regulatory understanding to help clients overcome their challenges in the most simple and effective way, always delivering a tailored approach to every individual food business. We make life easier for clients – so they can continue to operate with confidence.

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