iFoodDS is collaborating with Cornell University to advance professional opportunities for future food safety professionals through an internship program.
The business is growing but your quality assurance resources are limited. How do you keep up with the ever-increasing volume and variety of produce you are receiving when you don’t have the budget to hire more inspectors or don’t have the time to train novice inspectors? By honing your tools and process, you can do more with less.
Over the last few years, new studies have provided consistent evidence that the quality of fresh produce in grocery stores has become increasingly important to consumers. Even before the consumer arrives in the produce section, they have likely already decided which store to shop at based on noticeable differences in produce quality.