- Are you looking for guidance to balance your Food Safety, Regulatory and Quality obligations?
- Do you need specialist resources to protect and grow your business?
- Practical, hands on support and advice to meet customer expectations?
Sarah Howarth is an independent food safety consultant based in Kent providing specialist support in Food Safety, Regulatory Compliance and Quality based on 35 plus years experience in the food industry. Her skills cover a broad range of food and drink areas from technical to commercial delivery. She has helped branded and own-label companies at all stages of business maturity.
Unilever, Yum Brands (formerly PepsiCo Restaurants), Cargill, Cott Corporation, Express Dairies and Marks & Spencer are just some of the blue-chip food companies to benefit from Sarah's expertise.
Sarah appreciates that solutions must be commercially viable and can help achieve that crucial balance between compliance, quality and profit. Her clients range from start-up businesses through to established retailers.
Providing a wide range of professional and practical support enabling businesses to meet their due diligence requirements. Core support services including: Food and Drink Label checks ; Support in developing Food Supplements for the UK market ; BRC Global Standards consultancy ; HACCP ; Internal Auditing ; Quality Management Systems ; Food Hygiene : HACCP : Allergen Training
Sarah regularly contributes to news articles and features in her field, some can be found on the news page https://www.howarthfoodsafety.co.uk/food_safety/file/news.php.
"Sarah has a very good knowledge and experience of BRC Food Safety Systems and was able to answer all questions put forward with ease. The information provided was very clear. All activities were delivered to the correct time scales and I would recommend services without hesitation.
I could not be happier with the outcome and am very pleased with the service.
Going forward we would like to keep Sarah involved in all aspects of our BRC program and the training required in gaining the accreditation."