Food Safety Plans: New Requirements for Registered Facilities

The passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act in January 2011 will have a significant impact on how registered facilities document their hazard assessment, verification, and monitoring activities. But by beginning to think about and plan for the new requirements now, the industry will be able to maintain continuous compliance and ensure minimal disruption as new regulations come into effect.

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The Power of Cloud ERP on the Food Processing Plant Floor

For food processing companies, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution offers a clear view of what is happening on the plant floor so they can track complete genealogies. Real-time data and flexible barcode functions enable efficiencies and productivity improvements. Download this white paper to learn more about the value of using a cloud/software-as-a-service (SaaS) ERP system on the food processing plant floor. Read More

Three Types of Field Service Scheduling Software

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There are three distinctly different approaches to solving the puzzle of getting the right people to the right place at the right time. This white paper describes the three strategies for better field service scheduling plans--manual processes, traditional scheduling automation, and real-time scheduling automation--and explains why each approach matches different needs. Which strategy is right for you? Read More

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The Four Elements of an Effective Food Safety Management System

As processors develop and enhance their food safety management systems (FSMSs), four key components enable them to meet demands with minimal business disruption, for a manageable cost. Processors can use the information in this paper to identify, develop, or jump-start an FSMS that includes these four components plus the critical dimension of complete integration. Read More

Traceability in Food and Beverage Processing

Food safety has been top-of-mind for both consumers and industry executives for a number of years. Clearly traceability plays a large role in overall food safety, and in general food and beverage processors are doing better than many other industries. However, the stakes are high when it comes to food safety and there is still a lot of room for improvement, especially upstream in the food supply chain. Find out more. Read More
 
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