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According to a study by the Food Marketing Institute and the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) in the US, the average cost of a food product recall is about 10 million dollars in direct costs. These kinds of numbers have a significant impact on an organization and, if not handled correctly, can be damaging to your success. Tasks like tracing and removing contaminated products, as well as addressing the cause of the contamination, have to be completed with urgency in order to ensure successful recovery of your brand image and, most importantly, consumers’ well-being.

This eBook: Can You Survive a Recall? walks through how you can resolve the top 3 issues in food manufacturing and get back in control of lot traceability. You’ll learn:

  • The impact of customer experience and bi-directional communication portals
  • How to prepare for a recall - creating a plan, and reviewing the latest mandatory FDA recall requirements to avoid fines
  • How to start migrating towards a fully automated food lot traceability system


 Can You Survive a Recall? The Importance of Food Lot Traceability

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