Australian Food & Grocery Council

Crisis Management

Any potential threat to this should be considered a possible crisis that is an unpredicted set of circumstances which represents an immediate and significant threat to a company, consumers, employees or the community. The need to respond quickly, efficiently and appropriately is of paramount importance.

To mitigate the risks associated with any crisis companies need to develop a sustainable plan that reduces the likelihood and impact of a crisis. To help ensure that all products meet the highest standards of safety, AFGC works closely with government, other public sector interests and key stakeholders to strengthen safety systems. We also provide technical and regulatory support to our members on a wide range of safety issues.

recallbutton Product Recall Form – is an industry agreed template to be used for the recall or withdrawal of products
from leading Australian and New Zealand retailers.
GS1 Recall – is an online service, operated by GS1, that helps Australian companies be prepared to create,
communicate and complete a product recall or withdrawal notice in one action with a complete audit trail.
pantrylistbutton Pantry List – preparing for an emergency, consumers can access information detailing suggested pantry items that may assist in an emergency situations.
Food & Grocery Product Recall Survey Report