The World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced the theme for the 2022 World Food Safety Day, “Safer food, better health,” and launched the campaign to inspire global participation.
World Food Safety Day on June 7, 2022, will draw attention to and mobilize action to prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks and improve human health. World Food Safety Day is an annual celebration to draw attention to and inspire action to help prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks.
The World Food Safety Day campaign stresses the need to transform food systems to deliver better health in a sustainable manner to prevent most foodborne diseases. SQF Edition 9 emphasizes a food safety culture that includes employee hygiene and health and the impact on food safety. Food systems policy-makers, practitioners, and investors are invited to reorient their activities to increase the sustainable production and consumption of safe foods to improve health outcomes.
The United Nations established World Food Safety Day in 2018 to raise awareness of food
safety. Year after year we see a growing number of World Food Safety Day initiatives
that help increase the public's awareness of food safety, which is a great achievement.
We need to continue our work, together, to ensure that this trend continues and invite
everyone to join us in the 2022 campaign.
A Guide to World Food Safety Day 2022: Safer food, better health
Use this guide to present information for the fourth World Food Safety Day, which we invite you to celebrate on (or around) 7 June 2022.
You can participate by hosting an event for your community, and employees, hosting a webinar, launching a social campaign, a media campaign, or more ideas on how to participate are included in the guide.
For more information, visit the campaign webpage.