The food industry consultancy said there is ever-increasing pressure on firms to maintain compliance with customer, regulatory and industry standards, allergen management, food fraud and have a food safety culture.
The platform includes technology that allows businesses to create editable food safety and quality program manuals and checklists.
For $875 per year, users get access to unlimited staff training for more than 50 courses relevant to GFSI standards.
Aron Malcolm, MD of Alimentex, said haccp.com allows clients to save hours and thousands of dollars each year in management of food safety and quality programs.
“You can use our system to find existing or new suppliers and request access to their approved supplier documentation online. Our system reminds document owners and their customers of pending expiry.
“Suppliers also benefit by only having to upload their current approved supplier documentation once, after which any of their approved customers can freely access these. You can also manage approved supplier questionnaires through our platform.”
A food safety auditor and consultant, Malcolm has visited over 4,500 food businesses in 35 countries during the past 17 years.
Malcolm said the platform can be applied alongside existing food safety programs or as part of a new one.
“Too many food businesses waste their time, effort and budget on advice and resources that don't genuinely meet their needs. Whether you're a small mom and dad business, or a large multi-national conglomerate, you will gain substantial savings from using our resources."