The name of the game for this installment of Icicle’s new features is “improvement” –- improvements in speed, efficiency, choice, and mobile responsiveness that help you manage your workflows better. Check out more below. Blazingly Fast Warehouse Management When was it released? April 29, 2019 (Picking) and May, 2019 (Racking) What does it do? Icicle […]
Your Quality Assurance team needs automation technology to improve food safety and quality — and get the certifications you need to secure the big customers.
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 vendor management, inventory, food safety, and quality assurance with the […]
We sat down with Terry Goulah, Vice President of Operations and co-Founder of FreeYumm, to talk about the solution FreeYumm found for the complex traceability and vendor management challenges posed by making allergen-free and non-GMO products. Meet FreeYumm It would be hard to tell from the shelves of supermarkets that 10-40% of the global population is affected […]
The options for food production management software vary in capability and price. It can be overwhelming to research and decide which program will be the best fit for your business. We’ve put together five questions that are important to consider when choosing food production management software. Can You Create and Maintain Food Safety Programs? The […]
Meet Natural Grocers When the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was introduced in 2011, it became a big motive for food companies to improve their quality assurance procedures to meet upcoming compliance deadlines, one notable example being HACCP requirements. We sat down with Sheryl Grider, QA Manager at Natural Grocers, to find out how […]
Contamination recalls from the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) surged by an unprecedented 167% over the first half of 2016. This rise is largely attributed to tighter regulations and technological advances but also reflects the realities of our increasingly complex and interconnected food chain. As many of last year’s recalls illustrate, a single defective […]
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Last week, we took a look at some recalls last year that were massive in scale, both in quantity of product recalled and geographic area. This week, we take a closer look at some of the more complicated recalls of the year: those that involve ingredients that were then used […]