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Pascal van Delst, „Phood Consultancy” generalinis direktorius, „Pasaulinės maisto saugumo tendencijos“ (2) Pascal van Delst, „Phood Consultancy” generalinis direktorius, „Pasaulinės maisto saugumo tendencijos“ (2) Presentation Transcript

  • Retail and food safety in Western  Europe Vilnius 26 th September 2012
  • Content• Types of retail• Trends in retail• Food Safety
  • Types of retail• Discounters (Aldi, Lidl, Asda)• Full services supermarkets (AH, Carrefour,  Delhaize, Real)• With sustainable formulas (T‐Gut, Temma,  Biomarkt, Whole‐foods)
  • Top Food retailers in EuropeTurnover in Europe 2011 in Billion €Rank Retailer Turnover Headquarter• 1 Carrefour 81,2 France• 2 Tesco 77,9 UK• 3 Metro 66,7 Germany• 4 Schwarz 62 Germany• 5 Aldi 57,2 Germany• 6 Rewe 53 Germany• 7 Edeka 44 Germany• 8 Auchan 44 France• 9 ITM 38 France• 10 E.Leclerc 35 Francee=estimate2011 data are the latest available data for comparisons
  • Market share retailers NL 2010Total turnover €52,7 billion•• Albert Heijn 31.3% • Albert Heijn •• Superunie 29.9% • PLUS, Jan Linders, Vomar, Spar, DeKamarkt [2] , Coop, Hoogvliet, Golff, Dirk van de Broek,  Bas van der Heijden, Digros, etc.•• Bijeen• 24.8% • C1000, Jumbo, Super de Boer •• Aldi• 8.5% • Aldi •• Lidl• 5.5% • Lidl
  • Trends in retail• Increasing of private labels >60%.• Food safety certificates recognized by the GFSI  is a must.• Sustainability demands are increasing.• Out of home is increasing (AH ToGo)• Health is increasing (klavertje, allergens, less  salt, etc.)
  • Food safety• Retailers and A‐brand suppliers are  cooperated in the Consumer Food Forum.• The Global Food Safety initiative (GFSI) is part  of the Consumer Food Forum.• GFSI recognises several food safety standards  by benchmarking.• Retailers of the Consumer Food Forum  demand one of the GFSI recognised schemes  for private labels.
  • Law and retailer demands• Difference – Law: licence to produce => European food law – Retail: licence to deliver – For exporting law is enough – For selling as a private label, requirements of the  retailer have to be meet.
  • GFSI • Based in Paris.• When you are certified against one standard  you do not have to go for another.• Standards are frequently benchmarked by a  technical committee of producers,  certification bodies, retailers.
  • Members of GFSI
  • Demands for certification
  • Which certifications are accepted?
  • GFSI recognised schemes
  • Recognised schemes for food safety• BRC (British Retail Consortium)• IFS (International Food safety Standard)• FSSC22000• SQF2000• Globalgap
  • BRC• British Retail Consortium• Founded in the UK• When you have focus on UK, Netherlands,  Italy and Spain
  • IFS• International Food Safety Standard.• Founded in Germany and France.• When you have focus on Germany, France,  Belgium.
  • FSSC 22000• Spin off of ISO 22000• More requirements than ISO 22000• Mainly asked by a‐brands
  • SQF 2000• Safe Quality Food• Founded in Australia, now owned by the  American retailers.• When you have focus on America and Asia.
  • Globalgap• Founded by European retailers.• Owned by European retailers, based in  Cologne.• Standard for primary produce (growers,  farmers).
  • How do you deal with this in LithuaniaLets dicuss about this…