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InQuality Germany: Latest Developments

05 June 2019
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01 January 2017

How can consumer expectations for product quality not only be met, but exceeded? How can your organisation become the Best InQuality? This question is crucial for InQuality Germany, a collaboration between AFC Risk & Crisis Consult, with Dutch partners Innovative Fresh and N&S Quality. The company is launching its all-round range of monitoring, training, consulting, and support in Germany, with the focus being on the fruit and vegetable industry.

Going forward the InQuality Germany newsletter will provide regular news on the latest developments in the fruit and vegetable sector, information on seminars, and current risks along the supply chain. Take advantage of InQuality Germany's comprehensive offer to keep your products Best InQuality.

InQuality Germany Monitors Products From a Consumer Perspective

In our laboratory, we analyse fruit and vegetables for texture, appearance and taste, among other things. This helps our customers to ensure consistently good quality of supply for consumers. The fulfillment of consumer expectations and the resulting necessary measures for suppliers and retailers characterise InQuality Germany.  Through our continuous monitoring of fruit and vegetables at the point of sale in seven countries, we are familiar with the various challenges one encounters in the supply chain, such as storage and transport. Contact us at info@inquality.eu to make an discuss how we can tailor a programme to suit your company's requirements. InQuality Germany will support you to become Best InQuality!

InQuality Germany Trains Employees

Maintaining product knowledge, monitoring developments in the industry, and optimising quality throughout the chain are challenges for all those involved. InQuality Germany regularly offers training courses in all areas in the supply of fresh produce, from purchasing to quality management and logistics. With a practical approach and needs-based training, topics from the field of product and quality are dealt with. We are happy to develop an in-house practice concept for your company. Contact us at info@inquality.eu to discuss your thoughts and needs with our team or experts.


InQuality Germany Training Appointments 2019

All our training programmes are led by experienced experts, are practical, and quality-oriented. They are aimed at all areas in the company that deal with produce and produce quality. All seminars take place in Bonn, Germany.

10 October 2019: Base Training - Internal Audits and Supplier Audits

How do you conduct a good internal audit/supplier audit? The course is aimed at employees who are (or will be) involved in conducting internal audits.

22 October, 2019: Base Training - Tomatoes

During this programme topics such as EU/UNECE legislation, different storage conditions, recognition of different varieties, degree of maturity, diseases and defects, cultivation, harvest, and much more will be covered.

05 November 2019: Base Seminar - Food Safety, Food Fraud, Food Defence

Can crises be identified and managed at an early stage? What are the effective means of crisis prevention? The seminar is aimed at management, quality managers and other members in the crisis team.

12 November 2019: Base Training - Apples and Pears

During this course topics such as EU/UNECE legislation, different storage conditions, recognition of different varieties, degree of maturity, diseases and defects, cultivation, harvest. and much more will be covered.

26 November 2019: Base Training - HACCP for HACCP Team Members

What roles are there in the HACCP system? How are expiration charts created and potential hazards identified? This course is aimed at employees who are, or will be, members of the HACCP team and who are involved in setting up and maintaining these systems.

21 January 2020: Base Training - Carrots, Cauliflower, Broccoli and Other Types of Cabbage

During this course topics such as EU/UNECE legislation, different storage conditions, recognition of different varieties, degree of maturity, diseases and defects, cultivation, harvest, and much more will be covered.


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