Maintain high quality and meet expectations
Keeping quality standards high is essential in the food and beverage industry. This isn’t easy when you’ve also got to meet consumer and regulatory expectations, while dealing with supply chain disruptions and the impact of climate change.
Customers’ increased interest in sustainability, traceability and transparency is changing shopping habits. And, with food fraud a growing concern, it’s even more important to get the increasing regulatory and compliance requirements right.
Protect your customers, your reputation and gain competitive advantage by digitizing your quality management system and audit & risk processes.
Uphold compliance with BRC, UK Food Safety Act, EU GFLR, Natasha’s Law, FSMA, HACCP and FALCPA with food safety software that can adapt to your business-specific needs.
Understanding the key challenges in food and beverage
Our many years of experience working with professionals in food and beverage has given us first-hand insight into common industry challenges.
- Rising costs
- The rising costs of ingredients, fuel hikes and climate change are all impacting margins. More efficient ways of working are needed to save resources
- Labor shortages
- In a tight labor market, you need solutions that are easy to deploy and intuitive to adopt
- Siloed data
- Effective oversight is needed to close the gap between decision making and the time taken to execute actions
- Compliance and incidents
- With regulatory burdens increasing, information gaps and non-conformance needs to be addressed to prevent compliance risks
the benefits of our solutions
How we can help the food and beverage industry
Gain visibility of your supply chain with automated workflows and track supplier information. Identify emerging risks and eliminate non-conformance.
Easily gather data and be audit ready. Manage your supplier and internal audits effectively and comply with key industry standards.
Keep consumers and retailers happy and avoid any potential bad press that comes with product recalls, food fraud, adulterations and allergy incidents.
Create one source of truth and streamline your processes to avoid lost time. Automate supplier certification tracking and self-inspection checklists.
Ideagen Quality Management allows staff to raise any issues and non-conformances which provides reassurance that the correct people will be informed to take action.
Find out more about our food and beverage solutions
Adhere to industry standards, regulations and mitigate quality and compliance risks. Ensure products meet crucial specifications and standards, promoting overall quality control and customer satisfaction. Manage limited resources with easy onboarding and the ability to distribute policies to ensure everyone has the right information.
Audit & risk
Get a complete enterprise view of risk with modern, intuitive tools for internal audit and risk management. Be confident in your compliance with all the standards that govern the food and beverage industry, from financial regulations to ESG and product safety.
Food Safety Audit Report – Download the 2023 findings
Ideagen’s 2023 Food Safety Audit Report reveals what the food & beverage industry top risk ares and compares these to data from five years ago to assess what has changed.
Additional readingExpand your food and beverage knowledge with featured resources
Implementing ISO 22000 food safety management system
Our blog breaks down ISO 22000 and how it’s an advantage to get certified so you can stay competitive in the food industry.Read the blog
Food fraud prevention: steps to keep your business safe
In this blog, we explore the root causes of food crime and go on to provide tips on how to safeguard your own business against food fraud in your supply chain.Read the blog
Food allergens and your business
A range of industry professionals discuss the key details surrounding allergens, contamination risk and the legal requirements that businesses should be working towards.Watch on demand
How can you prevent food safety risks in manufacturing?
In this blog post, we will discuss some of the food safety risks that manufacturers face and, more specifically, what can be done to mitigate them.Read the blog