Idaho Candy has a long history of adapting to evolving industry standards and customer needs. The company wanted to continue its success in this regard by upgrading food safety and HACCP programs to meet stringent customer and third-party audit requirements. Idaho Candy saw an opportunity to expand sales through co-packing opportunities that would be made possible by upgrading these programs. The company contacted NIST MEP affiliate TechHelp and the University of Idaho for assistance.
Posted by William Mullane | July 12, 2016
Nampa Food Firm Builds Multicultural Lean Team Idaho’s Great American Appetizers is benefiting from TechHelp’s Lean for Food Processors with Lean English Essentials program that helps food processors overcome workplace language issues and implement the principles of Lean Manufacturing. Jeff Kronenberg of TechHelp and the University of Idaho and the GAA team worked to create […]
BHS began its journey to becoming a food grade manufacturer in the fall of 2010 when Heather Edwards was brought in from the food industry to focus on food safety standards. BHS knew it would need to master and implement the world’s toughest food safety standards as outlined in the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).