Let’s start off 2019 with a roundup of all the Icicle food manufacturing software features from the previous year, from TACCP and VACCP to Trending.
At Icicle Technologies Inc., we’re excited to start off a new year with the announcement of an evolutionary leap of Icicle along with some handy improvements that will make your life easier. Icicle for Farmers When was it released? December 10 2018 What does
Icicle brings together all aspects of your food business to create Sales Management features that to support the successful sales teams of tomorrow.
Another E. coli outbreak has emerged and it’s the second this year stemming from romaine lettuce. The tricky part about this recall is…there isn’t yet a recall. The US FDA and the Canadian CFIA have not yet issued a recall for romaine lettuce because they
We all know that safety and quality are essential to the success of any food business. Outstripping convenience and price, a survey of American consumers showed that 50% were more concerned about the safety and quality of their food than they were five years ago,
In the world of food manufacturing, time really is money. Machine downtime, employee errors, and food safety failures require precious time and destroy the overall efficiency of your facility. And to make things worse, margins are shrinking and competition is growing, which makes these efficiency
Our friends at The Chai Company, Director of Operations Simon Lam and QA Manager Barbara Jedrzejewska, were kind enough to sit down with us and discuss how they solved some of their operational efficiency challenges by going digital and creating a centralized data hub for
This month, we have a slew of new features that will save you and your company a ton of time – both in your day-to-day life and when you’re under pressure and every minute counts. We’ll start off with some new ways to ensure quality:
There are three different layers of oversight that every food business must consider. The first is government regulations like FSMA, which are mandatory in your jurisdiction and for the purposes of exporting to others. The second layer is specialty foods regulations, such as organic, non-GMO,
The primary goal of a food business is to generate profit, but food businesses must also prioritize regulatory compliance – and this can be a heavy burden to carry. The good news is that profits don’t have to be sacrificed. With the right technology, the