The farmsoft team has released a suite of Avocado packing software solutions for processing, sorting, and grading of avocado and avocado value added manufacturing. The farmsoft Avocado Packing solution is designed for all sizes of pack-houses and pack sheds, and includes extensive quality control solutions based on avocado quality requirements.
Additional features for avocado packers also include specific labeling requirements, with special label compliance for Australia, New Zealand, USA, and Canada, Africa, Turkey, Egypt with and PTI, CanGAP, EuroGAP, and more. Contact us to find out more about avocado farming, and avocado processing today.
Avocado packing software
Avocado packing software solution:
FarmSoft Avocado Packing Software delivers enhancements to the packing process, making packers more accountable, and reducing waste. Reporting features reduce the administration costs (eg: producing reports from spread-sheets and multiple data sources manually), and helps to enforce best practices and food handling standards throughout the avocado packing process. Additional to the FarmSoft Avocado Packing software, FarmSoft also offers the FarmSoft Avocado Farm Software, which delivers exceptional traceability for all sizes of avocado plantations. The FarmSoft Avocado Farming Software covers all aspects of farm management from planning, budgeting, through to activity management and chemical residue management. Talk to FarmSoft avocado farming expert today to discuss your options.
Guides for avocados for use across the supply chain, specifically in pack houses, the wholesale markets and in retail stores. Members of the Australian avocado supply chain can obtain free copies of the educational materials detailed below by completing Avocados Australia’s Education Material Order Form. Click on the document link below to complete the form, the details are enclosed. Retail Quality Survey results have shown that the biggest quality issues for avocados in Australia are bruising, followed by body rots and vascular browning. These results have been used to ensure that the educational material produced addresses these issues. How avocados must be handled to maintain quality is directly related to their level of ripeness therefore the first piece of material that has been produced is a general guide for all industry sectors illustrating the different levels of avocado ripeness and the colour stages that are most common at each level. Reproduced from Avocado.org.au
Reference: Less fresh produce waste more traceability Accurate inventory shipping fruit handling guidelines traceability guidelines food safety fresh produce traceability.
"The drop in the price of avocados has caused the demand to grow"
The Spanish mango campaign is about to start in the Axarquía of Malaga, where the harvest of the Osteen, the most common variety, is expected to kick off in early September.
"Imported mangoes have reached very high prices, so the European market is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Spanish mangoes, given their proximity and quality," says Álvaro Martínez, manager of Axarfruit, which is currently marketing Palmer mangoes from Brazil. The company also produces and markets organic avocados and lemons.