Are You Alerted to Food Recalls?

By Diane Harvey | July 15, 2021 | Food and Beverage , Foodservice , ProcessForce , SAP Business One , Signum Solutions

Food recalls are devastating. They can tarnish the reputation of your organization, expose your company financially, and even put lives at risk. The food safety industry is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest technologies that are impacting the way we grow, harvest, process, transport, and distribute food products.

It’s safe to say that many Food and beverage brands have learned the hard way: It’s easier to prevent contamination than to recall and repair contaminated products. Although recalls affect a relatively small minority of food and beverage businesses, they are more costly to business operations than you might think.

Unfortunately, Food recalls are often the cost of doing business. They hurt your brand, your customer’s health and can damage your bottom line if customers stop trusting your brand altogether. For these reasons, food recalls must always be on the top of your mind because you must always be able to: Share, Track, Automate and Respond (STAR)

S – Share information with vendors in your supply chain

T – Track your products

A – Automate and collaborate

R – Respond quickly to changes in regulatory compliance

Traceability has never been more important in the food and beverage industries. Over the past decade, high-profile recalls and foodborne outbreaks have educated consumers about the importance of knowing where our food is coming from.

So, when it comes to food, your customers expect nothing but the highest quality. Recalls are an unfortunate reality that businesses must be prepared to handle. Whether or not your company has had any recalls, ensuring you’re ready if this scenario occurs is a priority.

A product recall can have a devastating impact on a company. No one wants to have to remove a product from the shelves. By implementing stricter standards during production and utilizing ERP software, food producers and suppliers can ensure that they are producing and supplying the highest quality products for their customers.

Good companies need to be ready for anything. That’s why forward-thinking manufacturers can help prepare for and reduce recall risks by utilizing several important features in ERP software—including supplier management, inventory control, and reporting. Using the tools at their disposal, a company can mitigate liabilities and protect their brand to turn a potential crisis into a future filled with opportunities.

By implementing systems that ensure the mandatory checks and balances are met, food and beverage companies can avoid costly product recalls and with the right ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution in place, you’ll be able to spot contamination and handle recalls much quicker.

Most industries have specific software, and the food manufacturing industry is no different. As one of Europe’s most trusted enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, SAP Business One provides all the software you need to run your business, including functionalities like stock management, production management, purchasing, and accounting that are particularly useful for food manufacturing businesses.

With SAP Business One Industry Edition for food and beverage, you give yourself the tools you need to see and track products all the way from the farm, through manufacturing, and on to delivery. You will be able to respond quickly if a foodborne illness or laps in government inspections occurs, and remain confident in your ability to provide safe, quality products to your customers.

To better understand the benefits of implementing an ERP solution in your food business, contact us today!

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