By leveraging member retailers’ resources and channels, CCFA promotes consumers sustainability awareness and health concerns. The objective is to guide the industry to produce environment friendly products and promote economical, low-carbon and healthy way of living and to build sound interaction and mutual trust between the industry and consumers.

By leveraging member retailers’ resources and channels, CCFA promotes consumers sustainability awareness and health concerns. The objective is to guide the industry to produce environment friendly products and promote economical, low-carbon and healthy way of living and to build sound interaction and mutual trust between the industry and consumers.


GUIDE FOR FOOD RETAILERS: CONTROL AND PREVENTION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCIES


In 2019, a new coronavirus, later named COVID-19 virus or SARS-CoV-2, started to spread in Wuhan, China. Quiet at the beginning, but within couple of months it horrified the entire country. Chinese government, industry and citizens were forced to fight the battle with this virus. During this drastic and devastating public health emergency, the retailers worked together to provide the country with foods and water. They did everything they could to keep up with the supply, protect the employees and enhance consumer confidence. This document is a summary of emergency response protocols that have proven to work in China. 


This document specifies the supermarket in the internal personnel, key areas, cleaning & disinfection, emergency treatment, different regions of the spread of the virus prevention and control measures in aspects of risk analysis. This document is not only applicable to the current pneumonia outbreak caused by COVID-19 virus, but also serves as a reference document for supermarkets to respond to similar public health incidents in the future.


Now, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting life of people in the whole world. As Louis Pasteur noted, chance favors the prepared mind. We hope by translating and distributing this document, we can provide some guidance for the retailers in the whole world. during this difficult time. Please noted that the original version of this guide was revised slightly during translation considering the whole world audience.


Download Link :http://www.ccfa.org.cn/por/article/downFiles.do?attaId=298237


GUIDE FOR RESTAURANT CHAIN ENTERPRISES :CONTROL AND PREVENTION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCIES

In 2019, a new coronavirus, later named COVID-19 virus or SARS-CoV-2, started to spread in Wuhan, China. Quiet at the beginning, but within couple of months it horrified the entire country. Chinese government, industry and citizens were forced to fight the battle with this virus. During this drastic and devastating public health emergency, the restaurants were affected severely. Most of restaurants were closed. With the improvement of the domestic virus epidemic, most restaurants are gradually returning to work with the support of government policies. They did everything they could to protect the employees and enhance consumer confidence. This document is a summary of emergency response protocols that have proven to work in China.


This document specifies the restaurants in the Internal Organization, Employee Management, Purchasing Management, Food Processing, Environmental Requirements for Operating Sites, Requirements for Service Delivery, Equipment Management, Customer Management, Delivery Service and the virus prevention and control measures in aspects of risk analysis. This document is not only applicable to the current pneumonia outbreak caused by COVID-19 virus, but also serves as a reference document for supermarkets to respond to similar public health incidents in the future.

Now, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting life of people in the whole world. As Louis Pasteur noted, chance favors the prepared mind. We hope by translating and distributing this document, we can provide some guidance for the restaurants in the whole world during this difficult time. Please noted that the original version of this guide was revised slightly during translation considering the whole world audience.


Download Link http://www.ccfa.org.cn/portal/cn/xiangxi.jsp?id=441840&type=1



China Retail Sustainable Roundtable (CRSR) http://www.crscp.cn/

CRSR was jointly initiated in 2013 by CCFA and WWF with the goal to be the promoter of sustainable production and consumption in China. CRSR members include leading retailers, chain restaurants and institutes both online and offline, which will deliver a sustainable life style to the consumers. 


Green Sustainable Consumption Week

This is a non-profit public campaign initiated by CRSR in 2013, in order to promote the concepts of sustainable consumption information, certified sustainable products, green life style, and environmental awareness through multiple channels to China’s public society by engaging consumers in various activities. The participating store number has witnessed a rapid growth from 80 to nearly 2000 by 2018, influencing over 4 million consumers.


Save 12.3

The SAVE 12.3 Platform was launched in 2018 by IVL, CCFA and CHEARI to facilitate the implementation of SDG 12.3 in China, and has received strong support from organizations in China and abroad, including the Swedish embassy in China, UN FAO and WRAP. SAVE 12.3 focuses on production, retail and consumption of food, through thematic food waste reduction research, standards and regulations development, demonstration projects, awareness raising and promotion champions.

 

Quality Consumption Program

The Consumer Education Program“Valued Choice” was a non-profit campaign initiated by CCFA to deliver food safety knowledge and guide consumers in their choice of quality and healthy products, so as to increase interactions and mutual trust between the retailers and the consumers.   






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