Guarantee consistent, accurate, and efficient quality control is performed at any part of the fresh produce handling life-cycle; including during delivery, pre processing, post processing, and dispatch. Create quality control tests based on each customers requirements, and even create a daily factory hygiene test, employee performance tests and more. Accurate quality control helps to improve customer confidence and quality perception.
Monitor orders, assign orders to specific packhouses (you can have unlimited processing sites in farmsoft), and allow micro monitoring of each production lines output requirements using dashboards. The dashboards ensure the correct products are produced at the correct time to fill orders. Dispatch teams are given details on their mobile device (or PC/Mac) and scan pallets onto orders. Administration teams can see orders are picked and ready for dispatch, and are presented with the correct documents for printing. All of these features result in improved accuracy of both production and dispatch processes.
Optionally use farmsoft Farm Management software with our Post Harvest solution. Using both solutions provides an end to end solution from field to plate. Farm Management by farmsoft delivers full farm record keeping, farm inventory, cost monitoring, budgeting, best practice enforcement, and adherence to international farming standards. Use Farm Management by farmsoft to manage your own farms, or even hundreds of external farms that supply your fresh produce company.
“the best software we have reviewed in a long time. We think farmsoft is one of the best fresh produce management software for fruit, vegetable, and flowers. Recommended for medium to large sized company. Excellent score 9/10.
“Traceability and reporting has been excellent. Third party auditors have been more than impressed with the traceability. - Garwood Orchards, IL. USA ”
“farmsoft has provided us with a system that meets all of our business requirements and more. Implementation, support and customer service has been second to none and of a standard l have not witnessed before ” - MURRARY RIVER ORGANICS, VIC, AUS.
"There is something here for every packhouse of small, medium, and large size. Inventory control and maintenance of traceability is made very easy using farmsoft"
Full bar-code inventory & pallet management, stock take (mobile & PC), pallet control, inventory labels (raw & finished), cold store, 3D storage, container management...
Manage & monitor orders, contracts, dispatch process. Managed dispatch process guides teams to dispatch correct goods with correct invoices & documentation...
Re-pack, sort, grade, wash, manufacture, and pack with maximum traceability . Monitor cost & waste. Recursive traceability over multiple batches for value adding...
Perform QC from phone / tablet / PC. Configure internal tests, customer QC, QMS, Walmart, USDA, Loblaw, Tesco, Woolworths, Aldi, Coles, and other tests...
Make recalls super easy! Perform instant recalls using any of these recall methods: invoice number, inventory number, order number, pallet number, delivery date, customer name, storage location, pack date and more...
Your choice of D.I.Y. training tutorials, or managed training services from an experienced solution consultant (highly recommended). On-site and remote training options available. Dedicated support consultant, and central support services for all farmsoft clients. Years of providing real world solutions has refined farmsofts deployment process to make it fast, and minimize disruption to the business.
Ok, we don't really build rockets. But we can tailor farmsoft to match your exact businesses requirements. No two businesses have the same goals and operating processes. We understand this, and have a team of talented young rocket scientists to deliver an outstanding solution with 100% fit.
Ok, this is really detailed, if you watch this - you will become a farmsoft expert! You can see how common business processes are supported by farmsoft. farmsoft is flexible, there are serveral ways to do everything - giving you the choice to choose the best processes for your business.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees food safety for fresh fruit and vegetables. After several large outbreaks of foodborne illnesses in the mid-1990s, traced to California lettuce and Guatemalan raspberries, FDA started to focus on the potential for microbial contamination of fresh produce at the farm level. In 1998, FDA published its voluntary guidelines for good agricultural practices (GAPs) to reduce microbial contamination. FDA acknowledges that with current technology it is possible to reduce, but not eliminate, the risk of microbial contamination. These voluntary guidelines are used by many U.S. and foreign producers growing for the U.S. market. GAPs are general guidelines that can be used for any fresh fruit or vegetable.
For growers, adopting GAPs has benefits and costs. When there is an outbreak traced to a particular commodity, all growers face reduced consumer demand, even if the outbreak is not traced to their operation. Farmers with GAPs can reduce their losses in such a case. In the 2003 hepatitis A outbreak associated with green onions imported from Mexico, growers with GAPs and third-party audits of their status suffered fewer losses than other Mexican growers who could not easily show buyers that they took food-safety precautions.
Another important benefit of adopting GAPs is that many retail and foodservice buyers now require that their growers show compliance with GAPs. These buyers also may demand food-safety practices that exceed the GAP guidelines. Growers receive wider market access with GAPs, but not necessarily higher prices. While produce of different sizes and observable quality differences have different prices, price differentials for produce grown with different food safety practices have not emerged. Consumers cannot observe food safety, and growers can use GAPs but cannot guarantee a product's safety. Under these conditions, retailers and food service buyers may be wary of advertising claims that some produce is safer and merits higher prices.