Fresh Express offers video look into food safety initiatives
Fresh Express has unveiled an insider’s look at advancements in its food safety and quality program in a video series that covers supply chain-wide critical controls and procedures from field to table.
The video series is designed to show the real-world details behind written descriptions of the Fresh Express comprehensive food safety and quality program. “We wanted to bring to life the challenges we face and surmount each and every day to achieve our demanding food safety and quality goals,” said President John P. Olivo.
“From the dedication of diverse AgOps teams and boots on the ground safety surveillance efforts to progressive technologies, comprehensive manufacturing developments, and highly trained food safety and quality professionals in each of our regional facilities, we are excited to show audiences the whys and hows of our leading food safety and quality initiatives.”
Chocked full of details about how Fresh Express sets and implements innovative safety standards, the video series reveals specifics that up until now were only available through select pre-arranged tours, frequently limited by location, time of year and key staff availability.
Now, both the fresh produce industry and the general public can view firsthand the extensive processes and painstaking measures followed by Fresh Express growers, harvesters and dedicated employees throughout the company’s vast network as leafy greens make their journey to become Fresh Express salads.
Spearheaded by Olivo and Vice President of Food Safety and Quality, John Gurrisi, the video series features crucial steps to ensure strictest product safety and integrity at field and facility levels throughout the supply chain. Videos also highlight the company’s latest advancements in product R&D including the debut of its new Fresh Express Product Innovation and Culinary Center.
The videos were shot onsite at growers, harvesters and Fresh Express facilities, and also feature in-studio interviews with Fresh Express executives.
View the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r56Q36zxlsE&list=PLN6S5_LTfRj00tmvZfuMnR8GkF04XoFzD.