Have you ever been frustrated using business software?Maybe you haven’t found a system that can do everything for your food business so you’ve ended up with multiple programs that don’t work together. Or, maybe your current system is outdated.
According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, peanut allergies in children have increased by 21% since 2010. Additionally, eight foods are the cause of 90% of allergic reactions: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish.
Have you found yourself asking, “How do I pick a food ERP system?” Or maybe you’ve wondered, “What’s the best food manufacturing ERP software?” Or even, “What ERP software should I use for my food business?” Finding the right ERP software is a hard task and maybe you don’t know where to start.
Fish sales are up – hooray! But how do you make sure your fish sales go up, too?While 44% of American and British consumers have added more fish to their diets over the past five years, according to the most recent Feed4Thought survey, sustainability paired with transparency is driving consumers to the fish they buy.
The food industry is constantly changing and to be successful in the food manufacturing industry, you have to stay abreast of the trends. To help with that, here is your cheat sheet of fast facts as to the current state (or plate) of food.
Throughout the first quarter of 2019, NorthScope ERP upgraded its Fisherman Accounting features for Alaska Seafood Processors. While its entire list of new features from Q1 expands beyond Fisherman Accounting, the biggest upgrades were to NorthScope’s management of eLandings integration and Fish Ticket data entry.
With more than 600,000 businesses in the food and beverage industry, competition is fierce. To increase your bottom line and beat the competition, you can’t sacrifice product quality or production output – so what do you do?
As the demand for sustainability continues to grow in the food industry, it’s no surprise that it has now expanded into food packaging. In fact, according to the Nielsen Global Corporate Sustainability Report, 66% of consumers will pay more for products from sustainable brands and 73% will actually pay more for sustainable products – and food packaging is no exception.
Do you produce organic fruits and/or vegetables? Do you want to capitalize on the monetary benefits of this ever-growing consumer trend? With the trend towards organic continuing to grow and with strict USDA standards as to being certified organic, food traceability is a must to not lose out on the monetary benefits of capitalizing on a trend that’s here to stay.