Food recalls occur when there is reason to believe that a food may cause consumers to become ill. A food manufacturer or distributor initiates the recall to take foods off the market. In some situations, food recalls are requested by government agencies (USDA or FDA) when a problem is spotted in a facility inspection.
Food Recalls are a fact of life for companies in the food industry. Hardly a week goes by without another announced recall. According the the USDA, there were 131 incidents and close to 21 million pounds of food recalled in 2017. The primary reasons for outbreaks is as follows:
No company in the industry from large to small is immune from an outbreak, and recovering from the sometimes devastatingly expensive recall process can be difficult, so it’s obviously best to avoid problems whenever possible.
protect the reputation of your products
over-forecasting of demand or weather related transportation issues, you may have too much of one product on your hands or in your warehouse. In order to protect your brand, destruction is more preferable than having less than fresh product hitting shelves, or worse ending up in a discount retailer eroding your brand reputation.
It’s best to have these products destroyed by a reputable company with proof of destruction.
Bulk food waste from your corporate kitchen? No Problem! Contaminated with paper and other non food products? No Problem!
Whether its soda, beer, alcoholic drinks, fruit juices, or cough syrups, let us provide certified destruction of your containerized liquids
When looking for a Certified Product Disposal Company, the potential legal issues involved make this process extremely important to get right. Here are some things to consider:
If you can check off these boxes, then you’ve found a vendor worthy of negotiating on price. Remember, public health and safety are at stake. Don’t trust an amateur to get this job done right. Trust BioWorks Energy!
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