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Whitepaper: Food Safety Guidebook -- Best Practices, Tips, & More

Whether it's implementing one of the Food Safety initiatives, getting the latest updates on the FSMA, or just evaluating the best practices solutions on the market, the concept of Food Safety Management is at the forefront of the discussion.

Whitepaper: Detecting and Measuring Microbial (Unicellular Yeast) Growth on Food Products using Loss‐On‐Drying Moisture Analysis

The outcome of this investigation will offer new insights on a novel loss‐on‐drying approach to bioactivity measurement in food industries who wish to expand their breadth of microbial testing.

Whitepaper: Why Food & Beverage Manufacturers Should Avoid Generic ERP Systems

Before you begin evaluating vendors and solutions, you need to decide what’s most important for your business, and build a requirements list. You’ll find that almost all generic ERP applications have modules or applications to handle the non-manufacturing areas of your business. However, these systems usually lack certain key functionality required to handle manufacturing processes, especially those of food and beverage makers.

Whitepaper: ERP in Food and Beverage - Tracing the Path to Success

Food and beverage manufacturers are in need of a business solution that can manage the front and back office from end-to-end, as well as provide detailed visibility into materials and finished goods in order to meet their requirements. As such, according to the 2013 ERP Benchmark Survey, 94% of leading food and beverage manufacturers have implemented ERP. This report, based on two Aberdeen surveys, uncovers the pressures that food and beverage manufacturers face as well as the ways in which they are...

Whitepaper: Four Essential Things to Know about Food and Beverage Traceability

Today, it’s not enough to know who you purchased your raw materials from and what the next stop is for your product. Manufacturers must arm themselves with the right tools, processes, and insight to uncover and report every element along the supply chain—from origin, all the way to the shelf or plate. And, the cost of all this insight can’t be a barrier to enterprise financial success.

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