Emydex Traceability reporting systems are currently operating in over 60 meat, fish and food processing plants around the world including Ireland, the UK, Europe, Africa and Australasia.
Traceability reports are a fundamental requirement demanded of any approved red meat, poultry, seafood or food processor of dairy, fresh produce, bakery or confectionery products.
Driven by Government legislation, reporting on Traceability is a mandatory requirement in all first world countries producing meat, fish and food products for both domestic and export markets.
Emydex’s Traceability reporting system includes:
- Traceability of incoming raw materials, dry goods, packaging and ingredients which are transferred to Intake stock warehouses. Emydex generates globally unique ID numbers for units, packs, boxes and pallets.
- Issuing of products into-production, whether for further processing, cutting, cooking or processing based on defined recipes.
- Processed products are batch-coded and packed into boxes, weighed and bar-code labelled at Emydex packing stations with the relevant product codes, dates, batch and traceability codes.
- Boxes are dispatched as single batch codes or as multiple batches packed as one unit.
- Any by-products, reworks or waste are accounted for and can be quantified enabling mass-balance traceability reporting.