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SRC Milling Partners with SafetyChain Software to Automate Supplier Compliance and Food Safety Program Management

SafetyChain Software, the leading innovator of real-time food safety & quality management solutions, is pleased to announce that SRC Milling, LLC, a state-of-the-art protein processing facility, has partnered with SafetyChain to automate supplier compliance[…]

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SafetyChain Software Achieves Record Growth in 2016

SAN RAFAEL, CA–(Marketwired – February 06, 2017) – SafetyChain Software, the leading innovator of food safety and quality management solutions, is pleased to announce its fifth consecutive year of strong growth since inception. Continuing to build upon SafetyChain’s market momentum, in 2016 SafetyChain achievements included[…]

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Using Software to Track Contamination

With the food supply chain becoming increasingly global and adding extra complexities to manufacturing, more accurate food safety tools need to be employed to keep bad products from reaching other food processors as ingredients or consumers as end products. While food and beverage processors need to deliver food-safe products to their customers, they’re also feeling the need to get these[…]

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Automating Food Safety Management Systems Can Save Money, Improve Quality

This month marks a huge milestone for the Food and Drug Administration and the widest-sweeping regulations for the food industry in years: The preventative controls rule in the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is now being enforced for some businesses. The new requirements[…]

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20 Most Promising Food and Beverages Technology Solution Providers – 2016

Technology has invariably transformed the way businesses handle the scrupulous tasks that surround their product or service. However, the food and beverage industry has been simmering, reluctant to catch on the pace of technology, due to reasons like cost of ownership and operating complexities. To help food and beverage firms counter impediments[…]

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How Data Collection, Analysis and Automation are Improving Food Safety and Quality in the U.S.

Today’s demanding consumer is challenging food safety and quality standards like never before. The growing demand for food and beverages that are free of allergens, gluten, pesticides and GMOs are pushing food and beverage producers to redesign their quality and safety programs. And, today’s consumer not[…]

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FL100 List of Top Software & Technology Providers

Every year, the list of software and technology companies that provide the product services food and beverage companies need to support the most productive and efficient supply gets longer. For the 12th consecutive year, Food Logistics surveyed software and technology companies that specialize in the unique challenges of the food and[…]

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Safe & Quality Compliance in the Cloud

Food safety and quality assurance (FSQA) issues pose the biggest risk to the brand reputation and financial health of food and beverage companies. Yet, when it comes to daily FSQA operations, industry has struggled with making broad and effective changes. But in the face of regulatory challenges such as the Food Safety Modernization Act, pressure to provide safe, quality products on time and within[…]

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Quality’s Paper Trail: Managing the Shift to Electronic Records

Nutritional supplements occupy a murky middle-ground between food and pharmaceutical production, and the heightened scrutiny they are under should serve as a warning to mainstream food and beverage processors. A coalition of three states’ attorneys general and their Puerto Rican counterparts has served notice that lax quality control in[…]

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The Future of Food Safety is in the Cloud

Often, the food and beverage companies’ programs are decades old and bogged down by mounds of paperwork and manual recording. One solution to this problem has been to purchase HACCCP software. In short, the software can save food manufacturers from costly recalls and allow them to view the new food safety regulations as an opportunity for improvement through the use of automated data management[…]

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Automation Manages Robust HACCP (and HARPC!) Programs

A HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) Plan is the foundation for most food safety programs. It provides for the food safety requirements that accomplish a science-based risk assessment, and risk control management system, for inbound suppliers through internal manufacturing processes and ultimately to pre-shipment review and sending[…]

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