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Food and Beverage Sector: How Can HACCP Software Help Businesses?

Arthur Miller, Analysis Manager, Constellation Brands

Food and Beverage Sector: How Can HACCP Software Help Businesses?Arthur Miller, Analysis Manager, Constellation Brands

HACCP software is intended to reduce food safety hazards and maintain ongoing compliance with various food safety and quality management systems. This technology can help manage food safety processes such as HACCP more effectively and improve supplier, regulatory, and GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) compliance.

Consumers expect food and beverage facilities to create safe products. This is vital not just for preserving compliance but also for developing a positive brand image and, most importantly, supporting public health. HACCP is one of the most frequent techniques businesses may employ to maintain safety throughout every part of manufacturing and the supply chain as a whole. Find out what this systematic approach comprises and how technology might help streamline the HACCP program below.

What Is HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points)?   

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) defines HACCP as a management system that addresses food safety by analyzing and controlling biological, chemical, and physical risks from raw material production, procurement, and handling to production, distribution, and consumption of the finished product.  Simply described, HACCP is a food safety management system used by food and beverage companies. The FDA requires HACCP programs for juice and meat. The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) oversees and enforces HACCP rules in the meat business, whereas the FDA regulates sea food and juice.

How Can HACCP Software Benefit Food and Beverage Businesses?

As one might expect, keeping track of such a large volume of records for HACCP and other programs can be overwhelming for facilities. As a result, many businesses use automated HACCP software to organize and manage their compliance obligations in one place. However, because there is minimal visibility into everyday operations, the analytical aspect of the system is frequently the most difficult part of operating HACCP properly. This problem is solved by using HACCP software.

 

HACCP software is intended to reduce food safety hazards and maintain ongoing compliance with various food safety and quality management systems. This technology can help manage food safety processes such as HACCP more effectively and improve supplier, regulatory, and GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) compliance.

The software gives facilities continuous, real-time insights into their program's activity, allowing one to better manage the food safety measures. Mobile forms, automated equipment data extraction, and internet portals are all used to collect data. All of the records are thus saved in one consolidated system and are easily accessible. One may track progress across different facilities using dashboards and reports, ensuring that activities like corrective and preventative action (CAPAs) are completed. Businesses can also check for changes or form submissions and review documentation to ensure that everything is running well.

One can utilize analytics to track performance over time and ensure that safety protocols are followed regularly. Trending and analytic tools give the ability to pinpoint any KPIs that need to be improved and areas where the facility consistently succeeds. The business's management teams will have the information they need to promote continuous improvement and manage HACCP more successfully if they have access to business intelligence.

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