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The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted several vulnerabilities in many manufacturer’s business processes.

This blog highlights several software processes and functionsRead More

As a process manufacturer, your company probably has several documented policies, processes and procedures that support its corporate quality initiatives, as well as address your industry’s various regulations and guidelinesRead More

Today, food organizations promote their food safety certifications from either BRC or SQF as a sign of their investment in the health and well being of their valued customers. In addition, an advanced food safety certification enables forward thinkingRead More

After getting over my disgust of opening up a jar of ‘bad’ baby food, I ended up submitting a customer complaint to the company. So what happens next? I got a refund from the store, but what about the manufacturer?Read More

As a food manufacturer, your customers probably expect, no demand, the consistent delivery of high-quality products from your company. No customer wants your products to result in any adverse events or consumer complaintsRead More

Some process manufacturers in the food, chemical, nutraceutical and life sciences industries turn to a generic, discrete software application to manage their business. Although these generic applications support their ‘front office’ needsRead More

While reading recent recall notices posted by the FDA and several food publications, I came across – “Undeclared milk contents prompts Pringles to recall”. Being my favorite brand of chips, I was interested to know if I have any of those recalledRead More

A Lot tracking system is a system that records information associated with a batch of product. It could be as simple as knowing what raw material went into a particular batch of product. Lot tracking allows you to track several units of a stockRead More

The explosion which rocked the coatings factory covered everything in reach with yellow paint.  While little physical damage was caused to actual plant, much product was lost due to cross-contamination, and the clean-up took weeks.Read More