In an increasingly competitive global market, it is more important than ever for food manufacturers to maintain strong relationships with retailers. As consumers continue to pay close attention to food safety, retailers need manufacturers to provide high quality food products at all times. Any potential contaminant, such as glass, metal or mineral stone, for example, must be detected before the product reaches the supermarket shelves. In order to protect their brand reputation with consumers, major high street retailers have even introduced their own food safety guidelines which manufacturers must adhere to in order to supply them.If food producers provide retailers with sub-standard products, there is a high risk that the contract will be cancelled, with other manufacturers ready to take over. Consequently, it is vital for manufacturers to find reliable ways to optimise product safety and quality,plus minimise the risk of contamination from foreign bodies.
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