A Model of Compliance for the Self-Regulation of an Industry: The Case of a New International Food-Packaging Hygiene Model (Hardcover)
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Ensuring proper hygiene has always been at the forefront of the food-packaging industry that includes manufacturers and retailers. In a comprehensive abstract, Dr. Liz Wilks shares timeless insights from the results of revolutionary research that not only reviews how the UK food-packaging industry introduced a voluntary code of practice for packaging hygiene, but also developed guiding principles for companies to adopt. Dr. Wilks examines a multitude of topics that include a literature review of the food and packaging industry and practitioner insights that include survey data findings, the perceived benefit of implementing a global packaging standard, and the potential drivers and/or barriers to adoption. While providing a glimpse into how a group of key stakeholders came together in order to develop and implement a common UK food hygiene standard, she tracks one hundred companies over a five-year period to help guide other industries or companies to create their own guidelines and establish key principles for models of compliance. A Model of Compliance for the Self-Regulation of an Industry combines careful research with case studies and other valuable information to assist sectors or companies in the development and implementation of a new industry standard.