President Obama Tries to Better Protect Food Supply

President Barack Obama has proposed a new food safety agency to better protect the food supply, which has been rocked by a number of high-profile incidents in recent years. USA Today reported: The Obama administration would combine the food safety responsibilities of the Agriculture Department and the Food and Drug Administration under one roof, with […]

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Are You Inflicting Your Own Data Wounds?

When ApRecs starts working with a company one of the first things we do is to create buckets (folders and sub-folders) to put the records in order, to sort them.  Many people think that is a daunting task with too many differences. Others think that it is already organized and sorted because they have all these file cabinets and binders […]

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ApRecs Workflow Coming Soon

ApRecs was created as a compliance tool to create food safety records, and that’s how things have developed. Policies were created. Better Way to make Forms. Easy transition of the Forms. Easier transition of the DATA. When we started looking at all this data, we thought it’s really a shame that it’s all been minimized […]

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Lean Your Data Management

Introduction on how you might introduce Lean to your Data Management and how to 6S your documents. Interested in learning more? Download Related PDF VISIT US AT THE AGX CONFERENCE SERIes

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The Shift In Food Safety Records

Are your Food Safety Records Complaint? That use to be the question we would lead with followed by a response something like this: ApRecs can help you so that you can ship quickly, confidently, efficiently and markets know that they don’t only have a high quality but they have a compliant product. If you were […]

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Can You Read Your Food Safety Records?

At the earliest age, we start learning to read. Outside of walking and talking, which we learn primarily at home, it is the first and foremost outside training that we give our children. I do think listening should be there also, but that trait for some odd reason has never developed into a classroom instruction, […]

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