iMIS Food offers a Food Safety platform for Food companies since 2006. iMIS Food is a Real-time Food Safety Compliance system for the Food Supply Chain.
For developing countries we have composed iMIS Food Global, an online and offline available robust variant. iMIS Food Global increases the local level of knowledge in developing countries regarding Management Science, Food Technology and Food Safety.
Food companies in developing and emerging countries can directly contact us for Food Safety Compliance. We can support to find the right NGOs and Universities to partner with or we can just start the compliance journey together.
Global support projects can be set up by NGOs and Universities. iMIS Food Global can be used as a real-time network with Food Safety Experts, Institutes and students, sharing their knowledge and expertise. This network connects directly with the factory. Food Safety issues can be prevented if the monitoring shows that things need to be instantly validated or improved.
iMIS Food Global can be used by Multinationals to increase local production in developing countries, so that the local Food Value Chain and local prosperity are improved. In addition, ethical issues can be monitored and CO2 is reduced by less waste and transport of goods. This data can eventually be made available to the consumer, leading to trust and intimacy.
The Global Food Supply Chain benefits from Food Safety, traceability, transparency and integrity. Food companies can be monitored in real-time worldwide with iMIS Food Global.
Do you want to boost Food Safety and local prosperity in developing countries? Join the Partnership Program! An online intake can be scheduled via the contact form to participate!
How to enable Food companies in developing countries to meet Food Safety Compliance standards.
In 2020, QAssurance developed iMIS Food Global to enable Food companies in developing countries to meet Food Safety Compliance standards.
In collaboration with Hollandia Fair Foods , a crisps factory in Rwanda has been fully equipped for FSSC22000, http://winnazworld.com/about-us/. This project is a great first step for the following questions:
- What is the status of Food Safety Compliance in Africa and Latin America in the area of Food Safety Compliance?
- Which countries will be the first to benefit from improving Food production in this area?
- Which stakeholders, NGOs, Foundations and other parties play a role in this area and initiate projects in this area (such as Fair Trade organizations, WHO, USAID, etc.)
- Development of a supporting website about Food Safety Compliance and iMIS Food Global for collaboration with stakeholders
- How is this specifically arranged for East Africa?
- How does this apply to the situation in Rwanda?
- What can we learn from the online implementation of iMIS Food Global in Rwanda?
- Develop a supportive website for the implementation of iMIS Food Global for the Food factory
We are a Food Tech firm in Food Safety Compliance. We are global experts in setting up and maintaining Food Safety Systems for companies in the Food Supply Chain. Privately owned and independent.
In our Partnership Program we would like to work together with (Non)Governmental Organizations, Universities, Multinationals and Food companies.
iMIS Food Global
iMIS Food Global is a fully equipped Food Safety platform for developing countries. Unique is the installation of an iMIS Food server at the Food company, for online and offline availability.
The online (no travel costs) iMIS Food implementation process includes 6 to 10 days of support and has a lead time of 3 months.
Our target group is the global Food Supply Chain. This sector is increasingly confronted with legislation and regulations in the field of product quality, hygiene and food safety. The rules are not only determined nationally, but often originate from all kinds of international bodies. Customers of these companies often work with their own standards systems. Companies must ensure the implementation of sound Food Safety systems. Even if all the requirements of the various laws and regulations are met, problems cannot be ruled out completely. That is why it is necessary that it is always possible to demonstrate compliance with all Food Safety requirements.
Food Safety Compliance training for QA managers
Being a QA manager at a Food company is a comprehensive, knowledge-intensive job. On the one hand, you must be constantly up to date with the latest legislation and quality standards, on the other hand, it is your task to ensure that the HACCP study is known throughout the company and that the control measures are followed up on a daily basis. Recipe changes often lead to new ingredient declarations, whereby it is also important that this information is included on the label of the relevant product when working according to the new recipe.
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