Loose leaf salad packing app by Farmsoft:

Loose leaf & salad salad packing: wash, sort, grade lettuce and loose leaf fresh produce, mix and pack salads, salad traceability.

Loose leaf salad salad packing:

Loose leaf & salad salad packing: wash, sort, grade lettuce and loose leaf fresh produce, mix and pack salads, salad traceability. 

Loose leaf value adding traceability

Maximum traceability for food service and packers of fresh produce with automatic batch case level traceability.

Loose leaf  Unlimited sites & warehouse traceability

All fresh produce is trackable to its location in real time, with historical traceability  of inventory locations.

Global Loose leaf traceability standards

Farmsoft supports global traceability standards such as GS1 Global Traceability Standard,  

Loose leaf purchase order traceability

All fresh produce & ingredients used are traceable back to their suppliers instantly.

Loose leaf Re-order alerts for traceability

Fresh produce inventory traceability alerts are sent to management if a potential traceability issue is detected.

Loose leaf supply chain traceability

Case traceability labels, pallet traceability labels, and online traceability portals offer instant supply chain traceability transparency. 

Software solution to manage mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing, > Reduce Mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing waste, improve mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing traceability, ensure accurate & timely mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing orders.

Mixed salad loose leaf salad lettuce packing - full salad mixing, packing, and sales & distribution management.
Use farmsoft to manage the entire mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing operation for any loose leaf specialty products including spinach, baby kale, green coral, mignonette, butter lettuce, 4 leaf salads, baby cos, rocket, arugula, chives, basil, bunch dill, bunch kale curly, bunch kale deck, bunch mint, bunch silver-beet, bunch tarragon, bunch thyme, tuscan kale, chard, continental parsley, cochran iceberg, cochran cos, mizuna, chard, salad blends, organic salad packs, Asian mix, braising mix, frissee, organic raw, raddichio, Lollorosa, red romaine, spring mix, wild arugula.

Configure the ingredients for each loose leaf salad recipe, project the required materials, produce orders based on requirements (or schedule new harvests or new plantings) to ensure mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing is accurate and easy to manage.

Loose leaf packing of mixed salad & lettuce
Salad & loose leaf packing of mixed salad & lettuce

The pack to order process for mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing has never been easier with farmsoft. Mange traceability for mixed salad loose leaf lettuce packing, perform quality tests on incoming mixed salad loose leaf lettuce, and track quality back to the supplier from customer complaints/feedback.

Customers can use the portal to enter their mixed salad loose leaf lettuce orders online; give your customers a superior mixed salad loose leaf lettuce ordering experience. You can even collect customer feedback for mixed salad loose leaf lettuce products received by the customer in the mixed salad loose leaf lettuce portal.

Software solution to manage loose leaf lettuce > Reduce loose leaf lettuce waste, improve loose leaf lettuce traceability, ensure accurate & timely loose leaf lettuce orders.

A background of fresh salad / loose leaf packing technology in the USA
There is currently no similar product on the market in the U. S. Existing products that come closest to this product are quite different in content, containing compacted shredded vegetables or iceberg lettuce instead of loose-leaf vegetables. They also differ in appearance, sold in a cloudy package instead of transparent packaging products that are made from environmentally friendly materials.

Fresh salad and loose leaf solutions have been successfully marketed in Switzerland since the 1980's, and were introduced in the early 1990's in France, where they have already taken one-third of the linear shelf space in the chain stores and supermarkets. (After only nine months of operation, the leading French company is currently under buyout negotiations for as much as four times its initial capitalization.)

The processing technology for Fresh salad and loose leaf , which was developed in Europe, falls in the realm of "trade secrets." Although there is no patent protection, the technology is proprietary and unique, based upon a combination of machines, including vegetable processing units as well as other food product processing units ;a specific design for some of the machines; and a particular set of quality control methods.

However ingenious, the process remains relatively simple at first glance: raw material is trimmed and cored by hand; selected raw material is then mechanically and automatically cut, washed, rinsed, spin-dried, weighed and packaged. In fact, this proprietary process know-how is necessary to assure the distinctive high quality of the product and avoid production problems that lead to a deterioration of quality.

Fresh salad and loose leaf has secured the source of know-how via a license option granted by the leading French company manufacturing Fresh salad and loose leaf -type products.

Experience in Europe shows that Fresh salad and loose leaf know-how can be mastered only after a one-year learning curve. This will give the management of Fresh salad and loose leaf the time to close at least one one-to-two-year contract with a major chain store company before the competition comes in.

It is anticipated that as soon as operations begin, an R&D program will be instituted, conducting continuous consumer research to determine changes in public preference and market trends as they occur. Again, Fresh salad and loose leaf -type product experience in Europe shows that continuous product development is a necessity to stay ahead of competition and grow.

The relative simplicity of the technology and its production capacity flexibility permit quick and inexpensive adaptation of the process to new products. Salad packing software from farmsoft delivers a loose leaf packing solution from order, salad processing, to fresh salad delivery.

New technologies for salad washing
Food safety is the most important thing that everyone cares about. But during vegetable processing, cleaning is often accompanied by damage. How to achieve thorough cleaning while reducing damage is always a hot topic in the industry, according to sales manager Valencia Yu from Lueon Technologies.

Last year, Lueon Technologies, a leading manufacturer in China, launched their new Pulse Washer. The Pulse Washer has a variable controlled air injection system. “The quantity of air can be adjusted continuously, based on the type of product, to gain a stronger or softer turbulence in the washing water, enabling a thorough cleaning action without damaging the product. Furthermore, small stones, clay granules, and particles can be separated out and collected by the roller on top and the filter by side.”

Salad & loose leaf packing of mixed salad & lettuce
Salad & loose leaf packing of mixed salad & lettuce

“Normally, three connected Pulse Washers are enough for root vegetables like cucumber, onion, carrot, etc. For leafy vegetables, processors usually choose the two Pulse Washer plus two flume washers to ensure food safety,” Lueon’s sales manager explained. “We are developing rapidly these days and are now looking for distributors worldwide.”

Lueon’s processing lines and machines are operating in more than 210 plants to produce the fresh-cut lettuces and vegetables which are delivered and served daily to over 8,000 fast-food restaurants in China, namely: KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Dicos, ZKungfu, Hidilao (Hi Hotpot), etc.

‍New salad products by Bonduelle
Summer is just around the corner, and most people rarely want a heavy meal on a hot day. Summer salads, on the other hand, are wonderfully refreshing and can be a varied accompaniment to a barbecue steak or a light meal. As well as Lollo Rossa, Radiccio and Rucola, Bonduelle has created a new "barbecue salad" [Grill-Salat] edition which is refined with red pak choi from Asia: this flavorsome Chinese cabbage has a lightly spicy taste which is ideal to go with a barbecue. The "barbecue salad" is available in stores from this month in a 180g bag for €1.99.
The "summer salad" [Sommer-Salat] will also be launched this year with a new recipe. Fine frisée, batavia lettuce, romaine lettuce and carrot strips meet sorrel: this wild vegetable captivates with a slightly bitter aroma and gives the salad a fresh flavor especially with the crunchy carrots and lettuce leaves. The summer salad is available in stores from June in a 150g bag for €1.99.

Austria: Fresh salad from the field to the supermarket in 24 hours
Delicious salads belong in every summer barbecue party. But even on their own, fresh salads can be a complete meal on hot summer days. SPAR and the reliable vegetable growers from Tyrol ensure every day that the salads come fresh from the field to the shelf and onto the table. With Johanna Maiers spice mixes from the SPAR PREMIUM product line, each salad is given an individual taste.

Vegetable producer Anton Giner from Thaur supplies SPAR with fresh Tyrolean salads such as Lollo Bionda, Lollo Rosso and oak leaf lettuce.

"The baby leaf lettuce is our specialty," says Anton Giner, the proud owner of the vegetable garden, at the same time pointing to the other varieties grown in Thaur for SPAR Tirol. The classic butterhead lettuce cannot be missed, just like the popular mixed salads of Lollo Rosso, Lollo Bionda, red lettuce or the lettuce salad. The fruit and vegetable departments of SPAR are characterized by a wide selection, quality and freshness - and at an affordable price. SPAR customers like to purchase products grown in Tyrol - a beautiful way to express their own ties to home.

Summer is salad time in Tyrol
Salads are a light, vitamin-rich alternative on days when it is too hot to cook. They are low-calorie, quickly-prepared dishes and the options are endless. Whether you're looking for a mixed leaf salad with breakfast bacon, a watercress-rocket salad with pear, walnuts and parmesan or a baby leaf salad with mozzarella, Peaches and ham - salad should always be bought fresh and crisp. "And regional seasonal products for SPAR from Tyrol are not to be missed," says vegetable farmer Anton Giner.