Travels from: Denver, CO
Topics: Food Safety, Food Safety Modernization Act, Supplier Management, Quality System Development, Safe Quality Foods (SQF), Crisis Management, Leadership, Team Building, Philosophy in Business, Product Development, FDA Regulatory, Customer Satisfaction
I help Food Companies put together world-class systems so they can reduce risk and attract customers to their cause
After a successful career in Corporate Food Quality Assurance, Bryan left Operations and established The Food Leadership Group.
Why would he want to do this?
The short answer was to share the knowledge of what he had learned in the past 20+ years with as many people as possible. The benefits of food safety should be enjoyed by all.
Bryan has a degree in Cellular Biology and Physiology from the University of Wyoming. He is the past vice chair of the SQF Technical Advisory Council and has written a best selling book on business management.
How to Survive a Food Safety Modernization Act Audit – Tips of what to do when FDA shows up.
How to Hire the Best People – What I have learned from finding the best team members
Food Fraud – How to protect your company in a global supply chain.
How to Create a Food Quality System that People Actually Use – What to focus on is not what you expect.
Crisis Management – A Food Recall is something you prepare for, or it will ruin you. Why Philosophy is Important in Business.
“One of Bryan’s most impressive attributes is his breadth of knowledge. Not only does he possess an in-depth understanding of Food Quality Systems and Regulations, he is equally proficient in how to mitigate the impact of Food Recalls. Bryan’s knowledge combined with his excellent problem-solving skills allows him to quickly adapt to any situation and provide timely and accurate solutions. I strongly recommend Bryan and the Food Leadership Group for any Food Safety consulting.” – Eric Hollekim, VP of QA and Food Safety, Saputo Dairy
Free Food Safety Risk Assessment Quiz
8 Tips for Surviving an FDA FSMA Audit
The New Manager Mindset: How to Master the Four Secrets of Leadership That College Doesn’t Teach You