Field’s Pies manages food safety risk by using ReposiTrak systems

ReposiTrak, provider of compliance management and track & trace systems for food safety, is now being used by Field’s Pies Inc, an Oklahoma-based frozen pie baker best known for its pecan pies.
Field’s Pies uses ReposiTrak’s Compliance Management system to share its food safety documents downstream with its Retailer Owned Food Distributors & Associates (ROFDA) wholesale customers. It is also using ReposiTrak’s Track & Trace system to track the source of its ingredients through production planning.
“We at Field’s Pies recognize the need for complete transparency from farm to shelf,” said Libby Griffith, quality manager. “We are pleased to work with the industry standard food safety solution, ReposiTrak, to track the source of our ingredients through pie production, and to ensure we are in compliance with our wholesale customers’ record requirements.”
Powered by Park City Group’s technology, the ReposiTrak platform helps manage regulatory, financial, and brand risk associated with issues of food safety in the supply chain.
The platform consists of two systems. The Compliance Management system not only receives, stores, and shares documentation, but also manages compliance through dashboards and alerts for missing or expired documents. The Track & Trace system quickly identifies the supply chain path taken by a product in case of a product recall. It can reduce the risk in the supply chain by identifying backward-chaining sources and forward-chaining recipients of products in near real time.
Still family-owned, Field’s has grown from a single restaurant serving 30 pies per day to an automated operation producing more than 12,000 pies daily. Fields’ frozen pies are available in most grocery stores, are fully baked, and ready to thaw and serve. Go to to learn more.
ReposiTrak is collaboration between Leavitt Partners and Park City Group. Access for more information.

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