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Today, the majority of food products meet consumer expectations. However, there are still cases of reported consumer-related food incidents. For those organisations involved in any reported incident, it can mean costly product recalls, market withdrawals or safety alerts. Food supply chain performance management aims to ensure the safety, quality and authenticity of food for consumers and organisations. The reputation of the raw materials from suppliers, and the reputation of a manufacturer or product distributor, cannot be left to chance. A white paper from SGS describes some of the steps that can be taken to prevent adverse food supply chain related incidents and improve the performance of supply chains. These actions protect and enhance the reputation of the organisations and the brands involved.