APHIS software for fruit and vegetable exportAl Adminorama
Published on: August 21, 2017
farmsoft APHIS software solutions guide your fresh produce handling processes and ensure strict and easy compliance with traceability, food safety, and recall processes for importers and exporters.
Control the entire fruit packaging, sales and distribution processes.
USDA APHIS compliance software solutions from farmsoft guides employees through the entire USDA APHIS compliance process, making sure every action is taken at the correct time, and correct traceability details are being preserved at every step. This results in reduced waste and increased employee productivity by following correct food handling and food safety processes for post harvest activities in APHIS compliance environments. Using farmsoft’s document management system for permits and certifications, you can manage Organism & Soil Permits, Plant Product Permits, transit permit information, fruit and vegetable import requirements (FAVIR), permit to import plants and more.
For a APHIS software solution that requires easy management of fruit handling, storage, fruit packaging, processing, and sales – choose the farmsoft APHIS software solution. Using farmsoft APHIS software solution, your fruit packaging facility can implement higher traceability and food safety standards. APHIS software solution from farmsoft concentrate on the reduction of post harvest waste and fresh produce spoilage. Your farmsoft APHIS software solution expert can provide your fruit packaging facility with expert advice and guide your team through the implementation process to ensure your APHIS software solution is up and running in no time at all. During this process, various farmsoft fruit packaging functionality will be tweaked to ensure the APHIS software solution provides all possible benefits and cost savings for your fruit packaging facility. The Enterprise edition of farmsoft APHIS software solution includes exclusive functionality not available in other editions of farmsoft (see comparison between Enterprise and Small Business editions).
Full support, full training, all features & benefits included.
for small business
If your fruit packaging facility is small and you only require very basic functionality, try the Small Business Edition of farmsoft APHIS software solution. You can setup your fruit packaging solution in as little as half an hour. Use the “do it yourself” tutorials to configure and learn how to operate your fruit packaging solution. Limited support included. This is a very limited version of farmsoft compared to the Enterprise edition. No contracts or obligations.
benefits of your APHIS software solution:
>> Consistent quality control
>> Improve dispatch accuracy
>> Reduce compliance costs
>> Easy and accurate traceability
>> Make administration easy
>> Improve production planning
Enabling legislation provides the authority to carry out the mission of protecting American agriculture from plant pests. Legislative acts are the fundamental authority granted by Congress to the Secretary of Agriculture to promulgate regulations to protect American agriculture. The regulatory authority for taking the actions listed in this manual is contained in The Plant Protection Act (PPA). The PPA provides the authority to prohibit or restrict imports, exports, or interstate movement of plant pests, plants, plant products, noxious weeds, biological control agents, and means of conveyance.
The Manual for Agricultural Clearance provides CBP personnel working at airport, maritime, and land border locations with guidelines, directions, and policy for excluding pests that are a threat to American agriculture.
USDA may require a written permit for importing fresh and/or frozen fruits and vegetables (including fresh herbs and sprouts) for consumption from all foreign sources into the United States and its territories.
Such articles must be cleared at a designated port. If the article is not entering a designated port, have the importer reroute the article to a designated port. The articles must also be accompanied by a valid CITES documentation. If the articles are being imported commercially, the importer must possess a valid Protected Plant Permit issued by PPQ. Shipping and handling charges are to be borne by the importer. If the movement to a designated port is unacceptable, contact your District Field Office who will contact a PPQ Regional Botanist or CITES Specialist to see whether reexport is an option. If appropriate, safeguard the consignment. 5 Require an original, signed and dated Certificate of Origin for fresh peppers. One Certificate of Origin can cover all consignments of fresh peppers in an individual truck. PROHIBIT ENTRY to fresh pepper consignments originating in the Netherlands and transiting from Canada into the U.S.
Reference: fruit processing fresh produce traceability packhouse traceability supply chain traceability fresh produce.