Let’s set the stage. You’ve identified gaps in your quality management processes, pinpointed areas for improvement within your quality organization, and recognize that a technological solution is key for elevating the success of your brand’s quality management program. Now, you’re faced with the decision of selecting the right software provider to alleviate your challenges and take your quality incident management strategy to the next level.
Review the indispensable factors to creating a strong food quality management program that sets your quality team and overall brand up for success.
There’s no denying that food quality management is a constant and ever-evolving process. By nature, this series of practices used to ensure that products meet industry, brand and consumer standards must shift and adapt to guarantee that goods are safe and fit for consumption. This is especially true as regulations continue to expand, new products are brought to market and consumer demands, such as those surrounding transparency and sustainability, shift.
Learn about the role food quality assurance plays across the industry, as well as the importance of adopting digitized methods in support of the future of traceability.
While quality assurance (QA) is an indisputably vital factor across industries and their respective supply chains, it is of utmost importance within the food supply chain. Food quality assurance consists of a series of practices utilized by food and beverage companies to guarantee that their products are meeting industry, brand and consumer standards, in addition to safety regulations. In turn, these practices generate consumer trust, allowing customers to develop confidence in these brands and their ability to satisfy quality requirements, as well as generate products that are safe for consumption.
Learn how FoodLogiQ Connect customers achieve full visibility into food quality, gain centralized control over incident response, and improve credit retrieval times and efficacy in our guide, 4 Elements to Managing Quality Across Your Supply Chain.
Quality management is, in essence, about driving an efficient and safe supply chain that yields food of consistently high standards from farm to fork. Food brands winning at quality incident management are going beyond the capture of expired, contaminated, mislabeled or otherwise defunct product - they are systematizing superior quality ownership to harness new insights, identify risks and automate the processes that ensure quality and safety at scale across locations.