HorizonScan is a collaborative software and data platform that provides top UK supermarkets, foodservice operators and manufacturers with previously unseen insight into their direct and indirect supply chains. This system will help keep you posted on hazard and risk assessments across all food sectors from around the world and specific issues that may concern you like fraud, microbial contaminants, residues of veterinary drugs, pesticide residues, mycotoxins, allergens, heavy metals, dioxins, PCBs and many more.
HorizonScan gives you 24/7 access to real-time data, as well as historic datasets to use for long term trend analysis. HorizonScan can help you keep ahead of the game by daily monitoring of emerging, new and novel issues in the commodities you use, wherever you might source them. The system can also aid with the data needed to complete your vulnerability assessments for BRC in the prevention of food fraud from adulteration, substitution, fraudulent documentation to expiry date changes, production in unapproved premises, production with inspection and unsuitable means of transport. For supply chain managers with multiple ingredient responsibilities and complex international supply chains, or companies looking for new supply options, this system enables you to conduct topline investigations and be alerted to issues very quickly.
Allowing you to check individual companies for previous commodity-specific references to food integrity issues in their supply chain.
Regular email alerts related specifically to your commodity interests.
Searchable summary of all problems in individual commodities at an international level.
We track 500+ commodities over 180 countries of origin including tracking 22,000+ suppliers. There are 30+ new entries nearly every day produced from over 180 global data sources.
Detailed breakdowns of fraud and authenticity issues.
You can now gain access to the raw data that is collected daily to feed HorizonScan by plug this data directly into your own ERP system using our new Data API.
Raw data from hundreds of Global Official Sources collected daily for the last 15 years covering over 500 Commodities, 180 countries, 22,000 suppliers and hazards, from Food Fraud to Allergens and Microbes. This data powers our global food safety issues tool, Horizonscan supporting our clients avoid potential issues every day and is now available as an API feed into your ERP system.
Leading science and business standards companies Fera and BSI recognise the issues facing the food sector and are responding to this by working together. The combined power of HorizonScan and SCREEN to deliver the latest risk based supply chain information is unfathomable, that is why both companies will be highlighting to customers the opportunities to be had by using their complimentary technology-led supply chain solution platform products simultaneously.
BSI is the business standards company whose range of supply chain security tools and network of experts around the world help companies evaluate their overall supply chain risk as well as the potential risks that specific suppliers may face. SCREEN (Supply Chain Risk Exposure Evaluation Network) is a web-based portal providing live risk-based heat maps, spotlight news, intelligence reports and country risk reports covering food safety and fraud, supply chain security, corporate social responsibility as well as environmental and business continuity.Read more about the Partnership
SCREEN is used globally by the supply chain procurement, security, social responsibility and sustainability professionals of global importers, manufacturers, associations and governments to quantify supply chain risk in over 200 countries.
Being able to offer both solutions will help the food sector:-
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