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Food Service Inspection Software

Food Inspection Software for All Your Inspection and Compliance Needs

Your all-in-one food safety software solution for inspections, audits, data collection, and real-time reporting.

As a leading food safety inspection software, Field Eagle simplifies and streamlines food safety audits and inspection management by enabling real-time data collection, analysis, and reporting. Our food safety compliance software standardizes the inspection process, diligently records food safety data, and promptly identifies potential issues to help you take corrective actions swiftly. 

With Field Eagle, you’re equipped with ready-to-use inspection forms, simplifying data entry and report generation and ensuring your establishment is always ready to meet industry standards. Request a free demo today!

Field Eagle Food Service inspections

Regulatory Compliance

Field Eagle can be your reliable partner if regulatory compliance is your priority. Our robust inspection software simplifies compliance efforts and workflows for food safety inspectors. By streamlining the process of meeting FDA food code requirements and those set by other regulatory bodies, Field Eagle can help any business involved in food preparation, from retail food establishments to processing plants to canned or frozen food manufacturers, maintain high-quality standards.

Regulatory certifications and bodies include:

Field Eagle works with the following food service sectors:

Food Manufacturing
Agriculture & Farms
Bakeries & Pastry
Meat Processing
Pet Food Production
Distribution Centers
Kitchens & Restaurants
Processed Foods & Vegetables
Packaging Material Processing
Interprovincial/ Import/ Export Food & Ingredients

Food Safety Inspection Software Benefits for the Food Service Industry

Preparation & Planning

Inspection and safety professionals can create and modify their inspection checklists according to regulatory standards and the specific needs of each food service establishment.

On-Site Inspection

With mobile devices, inspectors can conduct inspections efficiently, entering data into the system. This can include safety checks, hygiene standards, equipment functionality, staff practices, and more.

Instant Analysis & Reporting

Upon inspection completion, the system could analyze the data against set standards and generate a detailed report. This report could indicate areas of compliance and highlight areas requiring attention.

Tracking & Follow-Ups

The software could track issues identified during the inspection, assign tasks for resolution, and later verify if the issues have been appropriately addressed.

Trends & Insights

Over time, the software could accumulate a significant amount of data, allowing for the analysis of trends and the generation of insights that could be used for proactive risk management.

Examples of Pre-built food service inspection forms in Field Eagle

We have a variety of pre-built templates to help you get started quickly:

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Field Eagle collaborates with MenuSano, to extend our commitment to providing comprehensive compliance solutions.

This partnership enhances our offerings to food businesses that require Nutrition Analysis and regulatory-compliant labels for their food products or menus.

Whether involved in production, import/export, or distribution, our integrated platform ensures all your label regulatory compliance needs.

Food Service Inspection Types

Regular and comprehensive inspections are required to ensure safety and reliability in any facility involved in food production, including manufacturing facilities, processing plants, restaurants, and others.

Food Safety Inspections
Food service establishments need to handle, store, and prepare food in a manner that prevents contamination and foodborne illnesses. Improper food handling can lead to diseases like Salmonella, E. coli, and Norovirus outbreaks.
Sanitation Inspections
Inspections ensure that food service establishments maintain clean and sanitary conditions. This includes everything from the cleanliness of kitchen surfaces and utensils to personal hygiene practices among staff members.
Preventing Cross-Contamination
Cross-contamination can occur when allergens, bacteria, or viruses are transferred from one food or surface to another. Inspections can help ensure that food service establishments take appropriate precautions to prevent this.
Regulatory Compliance
Food service establishments must comply with local, state, and federal food safety regulations. Inspections help ensure compliance with these regulations, and non-compliance can result in penalties, fines, or even closure of the establishment.
Quality Control Inspections
This helps maintain a certain level of quality in the food service industry. For example, inspectors might note whether foods are being stored and cooked at the correct temperatures, which can impact safety and food quality.
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