Jif product recall reminds inventory management SME of the need to share the goods news!
On May 20, 2022, an article about a voluntary recall of
Did you know that on average,
Have you ever been through a recall yourself? In a best-case scenario, it is a large disruption to your ongoing business. Your internal resources are sent scrambling through vendor paperwork, throughout the warehouse, throughout the quality department and throughout your shipment paperwork. Our government agency Food Safety Inspection Services will also lend a hand to help you through the crisis. And why do I say crisis? Because
While companies can do many things to prevent recalls, in many scenarios they are not completely avoidable. So, whether that drives you, or the government led FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) drives you, it is important to apply best practices and training on quick and accurate methods for containing a recall concern from getting out of hand.
Having these records kept digitally in an inventory management platform like WithoutWire means you are always prepared to act on these concerns.
STEP 1: You can immediately lock down all item/lot materials in question within your facility through our WithoutWire web console:
STEP 2: Now you want to prevent any more suspected contaminant from entering your warehouse. So, you want to place that item or vendors items on immediate hold upon receipt, pending quality inspection until further notice.
STEP 3: And finally, you want to pull up a digital list of all Customers who have received this item, or sub-component of an item/lot that is in question over a specific date range.
Our 3-step process is accomplished all within 3 minutes … digitally. Through Recall Protection, WithoutWire provides a very inexpensive insurance policy to enable FSMA or DSCSA (Drug Supply Chain Securities Act) compliance and protection for a very substantial risk to your business!
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We hope that you will contact us to today for a product demonstration of complex inventory made simple for Distribution, Manufacturing and/or Field Service.
Steve Dwyer, Chief Revenue Officer