Great Lakes Foods, Menominee, Mich., selected Park City Group’s ReposiTrak food safety compliance management solution to manage regulatory and business documentation compliance within its supply chain.
Great Lakes Foods is a locally-owned, full line supplier of wholesale groceries, meat, produce, dairy, frozen foods, private label, bakery, deli and HBC/general merchandise for supermarkets and convenience stores. The company focuses on innovation in products and format, providing strong marketing programs, experienced personal and customer-driven retail support to grocery stores throughout the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Wisconsin.
“We are committed to providing our retailer and wholesaler customers with safe, high-quality food and have been looking for an automated system to help manage our growing list of FSMA compliance documentation,” says Jason DuPont, distribution manager of Great Lakes Foods. “ReposiTrak’s compliance management system will help us in two ways. First, with collecting and managing the documents we require from our upstream suppliers, and second, with sharing Great Lakes’ required documentation with our downstream customers.”
“Great Lakes Foods is one of many like-minded wholesalers leveraging ReposiTrak to provide transparency and visibility to its supply chain,” says Randall Fields, chairman and CEO of Park City Group, the Salt Lake City, Utah-based manufacturer of ReposiTrak. “We are proud to have Great Lakes on board, and expect continued strong interest in ReposiTrak as food supply chain participants prepare to comply with FSMA rules in September.”
ReposiTrak helps manage regulatory, financial and brand risk associated with issues of safety in the global food, pharma and dietary supply chains. The compliance management feature receives, stores and shares documentation, and manages compliance through dashboards and alerts for missing or expired documents. And, the track and trace function quickly identifies product ingredients and their supply chain path in the unfortunate event of a product recall.
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