Manage every aspect of traceability throughout your process, from recording purchase orders through allocation of batches of finished product to your customers' orders.
You can attach files to raw material and finished product batches and selectively share those files with your customers. For example, when you attach an analysis certificate to a batch of finished product and choose to share that attachment, your customer will have access to their release certificate without you having to email it separately.
When you allocate a batch of finished product to a customer order, Food Portal automatically emails traceability details to your customer. If your company sells large batches of product to multiple customers, this can mean a significant time saving because you only need to attach release documents to the finished product batch once in order to provide those documents to every customer that receives that batch.
If you choose to attach evidence that validates the quantity of raw materials you receive, you can selectively share those attachments with your customers as assurance that the products you have sold to them are composed of raw materials drawn from a positive stock pool.
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With food fraud and integrity concerns posing high-profile concerns across the food industry, the technological capability to offer your customers verification that materials have been drawn from a positive stock pool is a huge competitive advantage. Food Portal gives you the flexibility to choose exactly what verification evidence you would like to share with your customers, so you can offer unparalleled assurances while controlling any confidential information.
The applications are wide-ranging, so you could associate allergen verification swabs associated with free-from products or use the system for compliance with assurance schemes such as RSPO. These benefits come with a significant efficiency saving, because there would be no need to manually email release certificates to your customers - everything happens automatically when you allocate stock to customer orders.