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A taste of paperless quality control

22 February 2011

On 23 March Sarah Gayton, owner of Taste of the Moorlands is holding a hands-on workshop at her Staffordshire bakery to advise small businesses on how to embrace innovation and save time and money.

She will introduce the system which is said to take the hassle out of HACCP. The workshop is free to attend, just register your interest at info@appliedprinciples.eu

Taste of the Moorlands is a rural artisan bakery specialising in tarts and biscuits. This small Staffordshire business focuses on handmade batch production, using Bako’s best of British produce.

Sarah has transformed her quality processes and made them paperfree with the help of Applied Principles hardware & software small business module.

Applied Principles also boast a system for larger customers such as Morrisons, Pork farms & Hovis. The day will kick off with Sarah showing us how we can easily record quality records during the production process and there will be award winning Oatty biscuit to sample!

Sarah will demonstrate how she records the quality of her products along with proving compliance to HACCP and regulatory bodies such as EHO and trading standards.

This is also your opportunity to quiz the auditor, find out what auditors look for when reviewing a small business such as Sarah’s. Bring along a piece of your quality paperwork and you too can see you how the system can improve your business.


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