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Relying on quality and food safety departments to provide supplier performance feedback is no longer sufficient. Instead best practice food industry leaders are sharing an information platform with food safety quality assurance (FSQA) departments that provide real-time insights on supplier performance.
These data ensure that suppliers are meeting company specifications, compliant with all company business requirements (such as allergen, kosher, or halal documentation)
Digitizing COAs and making them actionable has resulted in a 75 percent reduction in out-of-specification lots on the receiving dock. Since COAs are often analyzed even before the shipment arrives, companies can now reject shipments even before they are received, saving the supplier reverse logistics charges and returns processing.
TraceGains, Inc. (www.tracegains.com)
Actionable intelligence is quickly leveraged for supply chain and ingredient optimization. By automatically reducing ingredient variability, finished goods are more easily and cost-effectively produced, while the cost of poor quality is significantly reduced. Charge-backs and stock-outs are kept to a minimum; purchasing and negotiating power with suppliers is increased. Follow TraceGains on Twitter at @tracegains.
Marc Simony, Director of Marketing