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LINKFRESH ERP for egg operations

Substandard traceability could block route to market

Failure to ensure product traceability could seriously damage suppliers’ business models and block their routes to major markets, enterprise resource planning expert LINKFRESH has said. Food recalls rose 78 per cent last year according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and recent high-profile recalls affecting both Mars and Cow & Gate have thrown supply chain traceability into sharp focus. The number of food recalls has risen for the past three years consecutively, peaking at 159 recalls... Read more
LINKFRESH ERP food supply chain traceability solutions

New Enhancements For LINKFRESH ERP

There’s a raft of new enhancements for LINKFRESH ERP which we are extremely excited to be able to unveil. The changes which we have implemented enhance the capability of LINKFRESH ERP, ensuring it offers cutting-edge solutions for our supply chain clients in the fresh food industry. New developments mean that... Read more
LINKFRESH - Supply Chain Support

2016: the year of wearable technology in the supply chain

Advances in wearable technology will dominate the supply chain industry in 2016, according to experts at ERP software specialists LINKFRESH. The demand to view key business indicators instantaneously on mobile devices, coupled with ability to obtain wearable devices for under £80, will ensure the trend towards wearable technology characterises the... Read more
Certified for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Solutions

ERP 2015 : A Year in Review

At the start of 2015, our team of ERP experts made predictions about the food supply chain industry and the evolution of ERP solutions in the coming 12 months. Based on trends we had seen in 2014, we predicted a busy and challenging year ahead, with new demands for... Read more
Certified for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Solutions

Dont Miss Our LINKFRESH ERP Demo Webinars

Register now for a LINKFRESH ERP Webinar Are you looking to explore the benefits of deploying an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution designed specifically for the fresh food industry? Are you curious about how ERP could bring greater levels of efficiency while lowering costs? Or do... Read more
LINKFRESH ERP food supply chain traceability solutions

Managing Product Recalls

Listeria-prompted spinach recall expanded Last month tens of thousands of frozen spinach packages were recalled in the United States following a possible contamination of Listeria Monocytogenes.  It started with Wegmans recalling approximately 12,540 packages supplied by Twin City Foods Inc. and then expanded to other retailers including... Read more
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Tesco recall highlights need for effective traceability solutions

Recently, the supermarket giant Tesco has had to carry out a product recall of its own-brand “No Added Sugar Double Concentrate Apple and Blackcurrant” squash following complaints from customers of a foul garlic smell and feeling ill after drinking it. Following an investigation, Tesco revealed that a non-harmful flavour additive... Read more
Agriculture Food Supply Chain

VOICE OF THE INDUSTRY – I.T in the Pack-House

The pack-house work environment in fresh produce is one of the most challenging in the supply chain industry because of the need to manage large volumes of low cost items moving through the production process in extremely tight time slots. In addition, businesses have to comply with demanding quality,... Read more
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2015 LINKFRESH Predictions

At the start of each year our team of experts like to take stock of the past 12 months and share their predictions for the upcoming 12 months. 2015 will be the year of quicker, faster and safer, when it comes to driving profits in the food industry and new... Read more
LINKFRESH - real time produce traceability

LINKFRESH can help produce companies work smarter as grocery market growth drops

Recent figures published by Kantar Worldpanel show overall grocery market growth slowing to a new record low of just 0.3% in the 12 weeks to 14th September, 2014.  Grocery price inflation also fell to zero in the same period, seeing a fall for the twelfth successive period in a... Read more