Banana inventory control app manages banana inventory control in the washing, sorting, and banana packing process. Full banana quality control, recalls, audits, and banana labels for inventory control.  

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Software app for Fresh produce Asparagus packing: grading, sorting, and processing. Includes export, wholesale, and full packing management app. Built around inventory control & recalls: bar-code inventory, B2B Customer Portal, Shop front, FARM MANAGEMENT OPTION and more... Farmsoft provides complete management for onion packing, broccoli packing, citrus packing, pepper packing, tomato packing, avocado packing, potato packing. Salad packing, Loose leaf lettuce and other fresh produce such as spinach, rucola, chicory, watercress. Cucumber packing. Citrus inventory control for lemon, orange, mandarin, tangerine, clementine. Asparagus packing. Onion inventory & storage. Potato inventory storage app. Potato inventory control app for better packing & logistics. Onion inventory control management. Tomato inventory control for food safety. Print fresh produce blockchain QR codes.  Pepper & capsicum inventory control app reduces pepper waste.  Broccoli inventory control app for easy recalls and audits.  Carrot inventory control app for better inventory and less waste.  Manage salad inventory control during the salad mixing and packing process.  Leafy greens inventory control app full business management packing & processing of kale, microgreens, collard greens, spinach, cabbage, beet, watercress, romaine lettuce, swiss chard, arugula, rukola, endive, bok choy, turnip greens.  Manage citrus inventory control for packing & processing of orange, lime, and lemon.  Manage cucumber packing & sales process.  Asparagus inventory control app make easy inventory control in the packing and sales space for asparagus: complete management of inventory, QC, sales, recalls and food safety audits.  Seafood inventory control app for better seafood packing, seafood IQF, seafood storage.

Inventory inventory control

Manage incoming fresh produce inventory control inventory & storage inventory, capture supplier details, inventory control and costs (optionally capture on PO in advance), create inventory & pallet labels, record storage location of inventory.  Automatic inventory audit trail and tracking.  Unlimited inventory items. Bar-code inventory management.

Stock-take inventory control

Perform stock-takes any time by category or storage location.  Know how much onion inventory you have in real time, even search by storage location.  Report by product line and storage location, or product category. 

Farm App

Full farm record keeping, activity management, best practices, budgeting, time-sheets, machinery costs, inventory, cherry farm inventory control, PHI/WHP management, and more... 

Sales, shipping,  order inventory control

Print pick sheet to pick Seafood inventory control inventory & storage orders manually, or scan inventory / pallets onto orders, or auto select inventory,  or rapidly sell without an order.  Track paid, and unpaid invoices.  Attach documents to invoices / photos of outgoing shipments.

Traceability & recalls

Instant mock recalls both up and down the supply chain using keys based on supplier lot/batch, supplier name, delivery date, invoice #, inventory #, pallet #, customer reference, order # and more...  Reduces fresh produce food safety compliance costs and makes audits easy.  Blockchain inventory control by CHAIN-TRACE (TM)

Invoices, BOL, labels for pallets & inventory inventory control

Choose from a gallery of invoices, bill of lading, freight notes, and industry standard fresh produce labels including Walmart, Tesco, Aldi, Coles, Pick 'n Save, Woolworths and more...

Batch packing inventory control 

Record all batch inputs such as fruit & vegetables, packaging materials, and other raw materials.  Batch costs automatically tracked.  Batch recalls automatically track suppliers & inventory control.

Logistics inventory control

View open orders & balances. Assign orders to specific staff for picking, assign to trucks / driver, transport company.  Set loading order for multiple orders on one truck.  See when orders are ready shipped and print bill of lading, export documents, and invoices. 

Quality control

Perform QC tests for incoming pepper inventory, packed, pre-shipping. Configure QC tests for ANYTHING you want to test, supplier quality control tracking.  Attach unlimited photos & documents to QC tests from your cell or tablet.  

Price lists

Manage prices that will be used when a customer order is recorded.  Set up price lists for specials, specific products & customers or promotions.  


Profit:  Analyze profit of each onion line, variety, and even track individual customer profit, and batch level cost & profit.  Sales:  Monitor sales progress & shipments.  Quality:  supplier performance & more...


Auto shipment and sale alerts to customers.  Configure BOM, packing / manufacturing processes, special rules to control the processes in your business (your consultant will do this for you).   

Value adding

For food service and processors:  specify the ingredients for each product you manufacture, farmsoft will calculate required quantities to fill open orders and schedule the batch.  Automatic creation of inventory outputs.  All ingredients and inputs are costed.

Unlimited sites & warehouses

Create multiple sites, specify which sites each employee can view (this restricts inventory, orders, invoices etc to selected sites).  Great for businesses with multiple locations across the country or planet.

Global inventory control standards

Farmsoft supports global inventory control standards such as GS1 Global inventory control Standard,  optional fresh produce blockchain by CHAIN-TRACE.COM

Purchase orders

Order raw materials, packaging materials and more from suppliers.  Analyze orders and prices using Purchases dashboard.  inventory control linked back to purchase orders.

Re-order inventory control alerts

Receive alerts when inventory needs to be reordered, analyze inventory that will need ordering in the future, and inventory that is approaching expiry...

Finance apps

Integrate with Xero finance, or export invoices (AR) and Purchase Orders (AP) to your chosen finance app like MYOB, Quickbooks, , FreshBooks, Wave, SaasAnt, SAGE and others... Export inventory control data for other apps.

Reduce Banana waste by 99%

Inventory control ensures there is no 'shrinkage', fresh produce inventory is FIFO managed, and expiring inventory always monitored, with automatic traceability being enforced at all times.

Reduce Banana inventory control administration time by 60%

Automatic traceability & paperwork, labels (case and pallet) and reporting reduces the burden on administration teams and saves everyone's time.

Rapid & consistent Banana quality control

Quality control and food safety has never been easier with industry standard quality tests, food safety checklists; or configure your own tests.  Enhanced post harvest inventory control.

100% accurate Banana orders, 100% accurate inventory control!

Guarantee only the correct inventory is shipped for each order, on time, every time.  Simple inventory control solution.

Easy Banana inventory control

Perform instant mock recalls and audits at any time, from anywhere. No need to compile reports or search for documents. International food safety traceability standards maintained.

Reduce Banana inventory control overheads by 40%

Automated management of traceability tasks saves operational teams time recording inventory control information. 

Faster Banana inventory & inventory control

Know exactly which inventory is available, where it is, and when it expires:  any-time, anywhere.  Bar-code tracked inventory is fast and accurate.

100% accurate Banana production & packing

Rapidly assign customer orders to production batches, line & inventory managers receive instant alerts.  Manufacture / pack the exact quantity required for each order. 

An Inventory Management Optimization Honey Roasted Banana Products : A Case Study of the Local Herbal Processing Community Enterprise Group at Mae Ramat Sub-district, Mae Ramat District, Tak Province
Objective of this research is to increase the efficiency of inventory management of honey roasted banana. A case study. A community enterprise, local herb processing group, Mae Ramat Sub-district, Mae Ramat District, Tak Province. The method for conducting research is to develop inventory management processes. Honey-Roasted Banana Product, Kham La, a case study of community enterprise, local herb processing group, Mae Ramat sub-district, Mae Ramat district, Tak province by analyzing economical production quantity (EOQ) and new production point (ROP). 1. Raw banana raw materials should be ordered when the remaining 158 kilograms and the order is 34 kilograms every 2 days, 2. Salt raw materials should be ordered with 1 bag remaining and the order is 1 time. Bags every 122 days, 3. Honey raw materials should be ordered when remaining 1 bottle and ordering 1 bottle every 21 days, 4. Charcoal raw materials found that the order should be placed when remaining 1 sack and ordering. Buy 3 sacks at a time every 7 days, 5.Raw materials Packaging box There should be an order of 675 boxes and 17 boxes per order every 22 days, 6. Foil raw materials should be ordered when remaining 2 bundle and 6 bundle orders every 61 days and7. Roasted Banana Products with Honey Kham La Should be produced when the remaining 68 boxes and produce 53 boxes each time every 3 days. From the original that did not have a fixed number of production It will help the production of honey roasted bananas sufficient to meet the needs of customers, not overproduction of honey-baked bananas, which is the reason that the honey-baked bananas are left over stock and also to meet the needs of the customers sufficiently.

This data article is related to the research article “Comparative life cycle assessment of coffee jar lids made from biocomposites containing poly (lactic acid) and banana fiber”. The article reports the model parameters used to construct each stage and unit process inventory of the life cycle of coffee jar lids, and the subsequent inventories of the investigated system. It also contains details of calculations and descriptions of inventory uncertainties. Primary data were obtained from lab-scale and pilot-scale tests during product preparation. Secondary data collection was based on detailed review of related international and regional literature, databases and recognized web sites. The data presented here can be used by future life cycle assessment studies on natural fiber composites in packaging applications.

Five ways to ignite your banana sales: How to manage displays and inventory to keep customers coming back
How to manage displays and inventory to keep customers coming back
PHILADELPHIA, June 20, 2016 – With bananas at the top of most supermarkets’ register rings, it pays for distributors and produce managers to keep their banana inventories and displays in top-notch form.

“The banana category is historically the largest retail produce category. Since bananas are available year-round, an effective prominent display draws customers into your produce department,” said Kevin Frye, a banana merchandising expert who has spent more than nine years working with wholesale distributors and retailers in the produce industry. Frye is currently the North American Sales Manager for Ripelock™ Quality System at Farmsoft Solutions, Inc.

“If the banana display looks appealing, customers will likely buy more bananas, and they’ll feel confident in the quality and freshness of the other fruit in the store,” he said.

Frye offers five tips for making the most of your banana program:

1. Strive for perfect color. Retailer experience shows that consumers prefer to purchase and eat bananas at color stage 5 or 6, when bananas have bright yellow peels and firm pulp. “If bananas are too green or too ripe, customers will likely pass by the display or purchase fewer bananas because they’ll be afraid the fruit will not taste good or go bad too quickly,” said Frye.

One way to achieve and hold perfect color is through the RipeLock Quality System. RipeLock works with the banana’s natural ripening process to maintain optimal color three to five days longer than conventional bananas. That means, without increasing shrink, produce managers can consistently offer bananas with the ideal color that can lead to higher sales and repeat customers.

2. Right-size your displays. If the banana display table is too large, fruit doesn’t turn over fast enough to maintain freshness. Yet a table that is too small will require too-frequent restocking. Also consider the traffic flow in the produce department, since good-looking bananas can tempt an impulse buy as well as a planned purchase.
“Regardless of display size, RipeLock helps keep bananas longer at optimal color, without frequent restocking or extra deliveries,” Frye said.

3. Consider display surfaces. Since bananas bruise easily, a soft padded surface is best. Be sure to display bananas in a single layer with the stems up.
4. Manage inventory. Accuracy in sales forecasting is another key to a successful banana program – or a potential headache for the produce manager.
“If the sales forecast is too high and the bananas don’t sell fast enough, the manager can’t hold them to sell later. Unlike potatoes or apples, bananas won’t last a few days, let alone into next week,” Frye said. “On the other hand, if the sales forecast is too low, the store may run out of yellow bananas and have to display fruit that is too green for customer acceptance.”

The RipeLock Quality System reduces that stress by giving managers a broader window of freshness and more inventory flexibility – even for stores with less frequent deliveries or no weekend deliveries. With RipeLock, bananas last longer at the consumer-preferred yellow color, both in the store and in the home.

5. Don’t forget the back room. An effective banana display starts while fruit is staged for stocking. If the back room is unrefrigerated or not air conditioned during hot weather, stored bananas will continue to ripen — potentially beyond the optimal color stage. “In most back-room environments, RipeLock eliminates the need to open bags and reduces the need to ‘air stack’ boxes,” Frye said.

“Your banana program is an essential component of a produce department that can deliver loyal customers. Be sure you have bananas available in the right color to meet consumer expectations and the proper inventory to maximize your sales,” he said.