Building a technology framework for recall readiness

Recalls are complicated and involve many “moving pieces” that can involve suppliers, ingredients, recipes, labels, distributors, storage—and everything in-between. To comprehend the potential magnitude of a recall, it can help to break out the recall process into five logical steps: prevention, identification, notification, removal, and replenishment. Food and beverage manufacturers that can implement effective processes around these steps will be ideally positioned to optimally respond to virtually any recall issue—and perhaps even prevent a recall in the first place.

Read on to discover how food and beverage manufactures can leverage technology to optimise these steps to build a sound framework for recall readiness.


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