Food and beverage product recall management
When food safety is on the line, growers, processors, manufacturers and distributors rely on Sedgwick brand protection’s comprehensive infrastructure and industry-leading expertise to remove products from shelves and worries from consumers’ minds.
Product recall management for food companies
As supply chains and industry regulations increase in complexity, food recalls have become more prevalent than ever before.
An effective product recall, market withdrawal or retrieval quickly removes impacted products from shelves and restores consumer confidence. If not executed properly, this step can expose companies throughout the supply chain to potential litigation and brand damage. To compete in this ever-changing environment, manufacturers need a combination of unparalleled experience, field-based services and data-driven technology.
Product recall management for grocers
Grocers can ensure the quick removal of all affected products from stores by proactively defining a recall management process before any events occur. A combination of notification services, call center support and an agile, global product removal team make the difference between a successful food and beverage recall and a brand in crisis.
Product recall preparation is particularly important for grocers who make their own food under private labels. In the event of a product recall, grocers with their own private labels are held to the same standards as manufacturers. As an experienced solutions provider, Sedgwick’s brand protection experts understand regulatory nuances and provide invaluable insight into the product recall process, helping grocers quickly and efficiently execute recalls — while simultaneously protecting their brand.
Product recall management for food manufacturers, producers and growers
Sedgwick’s brand protection team provides invaluable expertise and guidance during critical recall tasks such as satisfying complex regulatory compliance obligations. We also conduct on-site effectiveness checks and monitor compliance with other product handling requirements through quality audits; identify and notify affected parties throughout the entire supply chain; and coordinate seamless communication with all parties through a state-of-the-art communication center.