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SafetyChain for Food™ At-a-Glance

Today’s food safety & quality processes are mostly manual and time consuming – causing delays, retests and in worst case scenarios – recalls, retrievals or rejections.  SafetyChain for Food™ ensures compliance with your safety & quality specifications at every step in your food supply chain – for what comes in, what you do with it, and what goes out.  Our solution helps automate, streamline and improve food safety & quality assurance (FSQA) in 3 key ways:

  • Supplier Compliance - Paperless management of vendor approval programs
    (Document; Surveys/Questionnaires; Scorecards; Supplier Audits)
  • Food Safety & Quality Management  - Realtime safety and quality enforcement
    (HACCP/HARPC; Lab Information Management; Quality Data Collection/Reporting; Specification Management; Process Controls)
  • Compliance & Audit Management - On demand audit readiness and program compliance
    (Regulatory - FDA, USDA, CFIA); GFSI Schemes; Internal/Customer

Plus - Mobile FSQA Data Capture - In Field, In Store, On Manufacturing Floor, In Transit 

With key features like realtime data gathering/analysis, smart alerts and up-to-date dashboards and analytics, you can stop, for example, a non-compliant shipment of ingredients from coming in from a supplier, or prevent non-compliant finished goods from going out to customers. Additionally - because all food safety and quality data, test results, procedures and corrective actions have unalterable time/date stamps - you are audit-ready every day ... from your desktop and even from a smart tablet!

And this turns in to Hard-Dollar Return on Investment, for example: 

  • Stopping just one product delay, recall, retrieval or rejection can pay for the solution
  • Reducing manual data entry/analysis saves time and money – and often eliminates record omissions and/or the need for retesting due to manual errors
  • Getting safety & quality compliant products out the door faster helps win and retain customers

 

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