February 19, 2019

We R Food Safety!, the leading food safety consulting and software development team, announced today that its newest software offering, FSP-LITE, is available for sale online at www.fspol.com.  

“We are very excited to launch FSP-LITE in conjunction with the Iowa Meat Processors Convention being held in Ames,” says President Andrew Lorenz. He went on to say, “Small meat and poultry processors are under increasing pressure to maintain records, even the custom operators. FSP-LITE is an affordable and easy-to-use solution that is made specifically for them.  When added with our Food Safe Pro! L3 lineup of food industry specific software our portfolio covers the spectrum from the smallest to the largest users.”

FSP-LITE consists of both a Windows app that can be used on PCs and a web app that can be used from any device that has a connection to the internet.  It allows custom operators to fill out the forms they need and report against those forms when needed without creating all of the paperwork!  It also alleviates the concern of lost records, as the records are already backed up to the secure WRFS data warehouse.

To learn more about FSP-LITE please visit www.fspol.com!

August 31, 2017

Yesterday at the Montana Livestock Board meeting, the Montana Association of Meat Processors, the American Association of Meat Processors and multiple establishment owners and other vendors who support them, presented concerns about the condition and practices of the Montana Meat & Poultry Inspection Bureau.  Based on these concerns, the Livestock Board, which has oversite of the Bureau, has formally created a committee to specifically address the issues presented at the meeting, as well as others that the committee may discover moving forward. The new committee includes three members of the Livestock Board, three Montana meat processors and a representative of the Inspectors Union. The stated goal of this committee is to develop recommendations on how to improve the Bureau as well as identify and recommend changes and procedures to help improve the Bureau’s function so that it can better carry out its mission.

We are very pleased with the formation of this committee; small processors now have a voice concerning the Montana Meat & Poultry Inspection Bureau-Chris Young, Executive Director, American Association of Meat Processors.

This is the first step in assuring processors receive due process from the regulators they deal with on a daily basis-Andrew Lorenz, President, We R Food Safety!®

Click here for the press release!