Best Practices in Food Traceability

Reduce Recall Risks with Food Traceability Best Practices

Discover traceability and quality best practices to prevent risks in food safety events resulting in costly investigations and recalls.

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Best Practices in Food Traceability

From a regulatory standpoint, food and beverage manufacturers only need to trace one-up and one-back from incoming suppliers and outgoing customers. A complete food safety management system built on cloud ERP gives you a proactive, risk-based approach to safety issues. Download the white paper to discover the benefits of this approach as well as best practices like:

  • Collecting data from the plant floor in real time via barcodes.
  • Relying on a single, central database for collecting and storing information from suppliers and lot numbers to expiration dates.
  • Sharing quality information with suppliers and making it available to customers anytime, anywhere.
  • Incorporating Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Hazardous Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls (HARPC) plans into your processes.

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Best Practices in Food Traceability

“Using best practices in traceability, quality teams spend more time preventing recalls than responding to them.” Best Practices in Food Traceability: A Cost-Effective, Proactive Approach Reduces Recall Risks