With all the news and warnings about potential food fraud and adulteration from around the world it is easy to get overwhelmed with the vast amounts of ingredients, products and food specs that need to be created, filled out by suppliers (including chasing those that do not provide the information) and then finally reviewed to make sure you have adequate traceability.
If you are using Halkidiki olives I would suggest some more detailed QA checks on intake to ensure supplier compliance with spec.
Should we be increasing the supply chain risk assessment scores for PDO, NI & GM free food ingredients?
Without food specifications software the time taken to identify all raw materials which contain palm oil or its derivatives can be a big task.
The possible emergence of industry action levels for allergens are already incorporated into the QADEX Vision development roadmap
A media example of why supply chain risk management needs to be a core competence for all brands.
Likely funding cuts for GLA may result in supplier compliance costs being increased at food businesses.
QADEX release goods in manager module
It is easy to outline best practice, but sadly we live in the real world where many barriers exist to unseat us. These include: