Food Grade Logistics - Dry Foods & Grocery
Special care for food grade logistics
Food grade logistics (including dry food logistics) require a unique set of standards to ensure health and safety for the end consumer of your product. In selecting a third party warehousing (3pl) supplier for your food products, it is important to be aware of these standards and what your 3pl is doing to meet and exceed them.
Our food grade logistics facilities adhere to the key requirements for Good Manufacturing Practices, or GMP, as well as Good Hygiene Practices (GHP) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HAACP). These practices are implemented to ensure a high level of quality assurance and to avoid any contamination or defect that can be observed on any food grade product at any stage of manufacturing, production, or warehousing and transportation.
Key procedures for food grade logistics & storage
At every stage of the process from manufacturing to outsourcing your food grade storage, quality assurance and control checks must be carried out according to detailed standard operating procedures (SOP). These procedures clearly identify the types of defects or contamination that can exist and the acceptable limits for them. They also indicate who is responsible for these checks at each stage and the set times and overall frequency.
Choose McKenna For Your Food Grade Logistics
As a quality third party warehouse that is strategically located near major shipping lines and facilities in Toronto, Missisauga, Brampton, and Vancouver, McKenna Logistics is able to provide food grade logistics solutions that are timely and convenient. Whether you are looking for dry food grade logistics or wet food grade logistics, we have the logistics solution for you.
Contact us today for more information about our food grade logistics programs or learn about McKenna’s 4 principals for food grade storage.