Committed to PEOPLE'S RIGHT TO KNOW
Vol. 5 Num 1022 Tue. April 17, 2007  
   
Business


SEDF training for agribusiness, food processing sectors
SouthAsia Enterprise Develop-ment Facility (SEDF), the advisory services of International Finance Corporation (IFC) for South Asia, has organised a five-day auditor training course for the agribusiness and food processing sectors in Bangladesh.

The course styled Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) will help businesses in the food industry follow good manufacturing and hygiene practices and adopt global standards, says a press release.

The course was designed to help participants identify hazards and critical control measures, as well as conform to good manufacturing and hygiene practices.

Some 30 managers from organisations and companies within the food industry, including Nestle, BCSIR, New Zealand Dairy Board, Fu Wang, Coopers, Biman Flight Catering Centre, and Radisson Hotels, attended the training programme.