Ensuring Food and Beverage Global Compliance
From farm to table, rfxcel's food supply chain solutions have you covered.
- Raw ingredients to finished goods traceability
- Real-time cold chain monitoring
- Compliance management
- Predictive analytics
Food Safety Software for Regulatory Compliance
Compliance is critical for food and beverage companies
The food marketplace is changing significantly. Modern consumers demand more information about their food choices, from how items are sourced, delivered, and prepared to their ingredients and provenance. People also want to personalize their eating experiences, a trend that will align the food industry with other consumer sectors.
The key to surviving and thriving in the new realities of consumer demand is to have an absolute lock on your supply chain — being able to verify the authenticity and origin of your raw materials and ingredients, and effectively, quickly, and accurately track and trace your products as they move across a global network of growers and shippers, distributors and manufacturers, and online and in-person retail outlets.
Getting the right data about your product’s disposition is the driver behind informed decision-making. Industry leaders know it’s data that allows them to accurately and effectively leverage just-in-time inventory, satisfy regulatory and customer demands for transparency and verification, and drive targeted consumer engagement through mobile, IoT, blockchain, and other applications.
Now more than ever, regulations are forcing the food and beverage industry to focus on food safety and traceability. Since 2004, rfxcel is helping companies of all sizes with regulatory compliance and traceability solutions, as well as best-in-class data validation and inventory management services. Thanks to our groundbreaking work in the life sciences, we have directly integrated with government systems around the world to ensure you are meeting all of your food industry compliance needs.
Governments around the world require food and beverage companies to comply with complex and comprehensive regulations. Since the early 2000s, governments have reiterated the importance of food safety and have been demanding proactive approaches to reduce food safety issues in the supply chain. Today’s compliance requirements are shifting the focus from responding to contamination to preventing it.
Food legislation around the world
- United States: FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
- United Kingdom: Food Standards Agency
- Canada: Canadian Food Inspection Agency
- Australia: Food Standards Australia
- India: Food Safety Standards and Authority of India
- China: China Food and Drug Administration