SafetyChain Software has announced that Dole Fresh Vegetables, a major producer of fresh fruits and vegetables, has gone live with SafetyChain for Food for a “fresh approach” to its food safety initiatives.
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“At Dole, food safety is always our first priority,” said Nye Joell Hardy, Dole Fresh Vegetables’ senior food safety manager. Hardy is responsible for the company’s field food safety programs in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and South America.
“We cannot wait for suppliers’ safety assessments – we take a pro-active, prevention-based approach. We ensure all food safety programs are followed at the start of every point of production, from planting to harvest to post-harvest,” continues Hardy. “Additionally, we are taking steps that prepare us for compliance with announced and anticipated FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules. We partnered with SafetyChain because it has the food safety technology innovations, capabilities, prevention-focus and customer responsiveness that meets our needs exceptionally well.”
Dole’s current and continued phases include using SafetyChain for Food to:
“For today’s complex food supply chain – combined with regulatory, non-regulatory and customer-driven compliance challenges, such as the FDA’s recently announced FSMA preventative control for human food and produce rules – real time safety information with traceable data is critical. We’re very excited to work with the forward-thinking team at Dole Fresh Vegetables to help them realize their vision of pro-active safety assessments and on-demand audit readiness, and are pleased to welcome them to the SafetyChain customer community,” said Barbara Levin, SafetyChain Senior Vice President and Co-Founder.
For those who would like to learn more about Dole Fresh Vegetables’ project and initiatives, Nye Hardy will be the guest speaker at a SafetyChain-sponsored webinar on February 28. For more information and complimentary registration, click here.