Farm to fork traceability
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FarmSoft’s farm to fork traceability solution delivers bullet proof fresh produce traceability management in every way. FarmSoft’s farm to fork traceability solution channels staff through the correct farming and fresh produce handling processes ensuring maximum food safety and traceability is being maintained at all times.
Combine both FarmSoft Farm Software AND FarmSoft Fruit Packing Software to create a complete farm to fork traceability solution.
In addition to the traceability features of FarmSoft, the system also provides a comprehensive fresh produce business management suite that takes care of every section of your business including: quality control, invoice, dispatch, sales, contracts, staff labor, packing labor, packhouse reporting and more.
Traceability compliance and food safety is made easy with FarmSoft farm to fork traceability system, guiding staff through the required processes and standards to ensure consistent quality product that meets client specifications.
FarmSoft Fruit Packing Software, a critical module for a complete farm to fork traceability system, provides packing, processing, sales, and post harvest traceability.
FarmSoft farm to fork traceability system creates customer confidence in your fresh produce.
Enhanced customer confidence
When your customers know you have a state of the art farm to fork traceability system, their confidence and perceived value in your fresh produce is increased. This is an important part of any supplier to customer relationship.
Perform fresh produce recall up and down the supply chain
FarmSoft allows recalls based on invoice, purchase order, customer reference, delivery date, delivery docket, sales order, and more. No more recording redundant data on multiple logs or spreadsheet. Instant recall makes audits easy and fast and reduces quality and standard compliance costs. You can also record multiple levels of traceability data, for example, your suppliers supplier can be documented, along with batch and lot codes for their produce. This data can make comprehensive product recalls rapid and instant. Multi-level traceability is not support by many competitor fresh produce solutions.
What is cascading traceability?
We just made that up. Just kidding – its a system whereby fresh produce is processed in a a batch, and may in turn be used in other batches, and those batches may in turn be used in additional batches and so on. This is a common practice when processing fresh produce where the harvest needs to be mixed together, is graded or sorted, then packed with other produce at a later time. This practice is also common in food processing and value adding processes, where an input to one batch may in turn be used in many other batches. FarmSoft handles this complex traceability challenge with ease and provides reliable and comprehensive cascading traceability management. Many competitor fresh produce solutions do not support cascading traceability.
Farm to fork traceability system
FarmSoft combines all fresh produce traceability processes into one business management solution, ensuring that the correct quality, compliance, and operational tasks are performed at the correct time. This guarantees higher quality compliance and lower waste and non conformity issues.
Fresh Produce Labeling
FarmSoft provides many options for fresh produce labeling including many international and customer standards such as HACCP, ISO, GlobalGAP, EuroGAP, CanGAP, AsiaGAP, Tesco’s, Aldi, Walmart, Loblaw, USDA, Woolworth’s, Coles, and more.
- Post harvest traceability software
- Packhouse quality control
- Track and trace
- Packhouse processing
- Fruit packing systems
- Fruit traceability India
- Fresh produce management system
- Fresh produce distribution software
- Fresh produce cold store management
- Cooperative fruit packing
- Packhouse management software
- GS1 traceability for fresh produce
- Fresh produce processing software
- Fresh produce marketing software
- Fresh produce labeling software
- Fresh produce bar-code scanning
- Farm to fork traceability
- Case level traceability PTI
- Bar-code traceability
- Fresh produce management software
farmsoft makes fresh produce easy!
- SAVE TIME
- LESS WASTE
- BETTER FRUIT
- NO ERRORS
- ACCURATE SHIPPING
- REDUCE COST
Increase the efficiency of fresh produce deliveries using options like scanning incoming bar-codes to reduce data entry, save time, and reduce errors. Scan incoming fresh produce deliveries or use "one touch" rapid inventory creation screens to increase accuracy & reduce data entry time.
Traceback & The Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI)
Traceability system is successfully completed. The new system enables mills to map their smallholder supply base and trace smallholder fresh fruit bunch (FFB) deliveries from the mills back to their farms. A key innovation in this project is the ability to provide smallholders with agronomic recommendations from mills and supporting organisations for increasing productivity, as part of their participation in the traceability system. Changes in aerobic plate count (APC) and Escherichia coli/coliform count (ECC) of inshell walnuts and walnut kernels were evaluated during commercial harvest and postharvest handling. APC and ECC for in-shell walnuts collected from the tree were 6 and 4 log CFU/nut, respectively;...
More good news arrived in January when Walmart and Sam's Club began requiring suppliers of fresh produce to apply PTI-compliant labels on shipments arriving at their distribution centers. Temporary exceptions are granted to firms working toward the labeling goal, but otherwise produce shipments will be rejected. Publix Super Markets had given PTI a similar push, but the chain lacked the market clout to get a critical mass of shippers behind the effort.
Lettuce and leafy greens have been implicated in multiple food borne disease outbreaks. This study quantifies cross contamination between lettuce pieces in a small-scale home environment. A five-strain cocktail of relevant Escherichia coli O157:H7 strains was used. Bacterial...
Treelinks have developed systems to ensure that all our products are traceable as a minimum back to the supplier but in many cases we are able to trace our products back to the plantation and in some the more advanced origins we can even trace the goods to the individual grower.
Intended to provide information on the origins of a product, its location and the various transformation processes, traceability emerged in the 1990s to finally become established a decade later. Viewed as a necessity, the traceability requirement appeared for the first time in Article 18 of EC Regulation 178/200 in a document from the EU, which was followed in 2004 by others, including the hygiene package” on foodstuffs. Europe is a leader in the field. The United States waited until January 2011 to follow suit, by passing the Food Safety Modernization Act, establishing a traceability requirement.