Why and how to trace the journey of food products from end to end thanks to the registration of supplier labels, to meet HACCP regulations
An establishment has the obligation to guarantee that it is able to identify the traceability of a product, so that it can in particular be withdrawn from sale in the event of a health safety problem. To do this, he must archive the documentation that makes it possible to trace a foodstuff, from its purchase to its distribution.
On melba, it is possible to:
The mobile version of melba makes it easy to capture this information.
Usually, the registration of labels is done at the time of delivery of the goods.
The list of orders to be received is accessible in the Supplier orders tab of the main menu
The drop-down title in the header displays by default the Orders View, which can be filtered on received orders only, using the Status filter above the list.
To create a label you must:
Saved labels are available in the Supplier Labels view accessible in the Traceability tab of the main menu.
In other cases, label registration is done at the time of production, when the products leave the storage areas. This practice makes it possible to trace only products about to be processed and then sold.
In this case, creation from production makes it possible to automatically associate the new labels with the task (planned recipe) that one wishes to produce.
To save supplier labels from production, or to associate labels already created with production tasks, go to the Production tab of the main menu.
In the contextual menu of a task represented by the symbol " ⁝ "
If the opportune time to save the labels is neither upon receipt nor during production, there is still the possibility of generating them more flexibly directly from the list of all labels.
The list of supplier labels is accessible in the Traceability tab of the main menu
The drop-down title in the page header allows you to select the Supplier labels view
To create a new label you must: