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Material Age for Batch Determination

Hi Experts,

We are in a food manufacturing industry and we have a particular material age requirement for some products which needs to be considered during batch determination.

Ex. FG1 should only consume SFG1 that is 30 days old. the 30 days is not a curing time or any QI process, but just a requirement of the SFG's maturity.

I know we can use standard characteristics like remaining shelf life where system can automatically compute for the date dynamically. But how about for Material Age? Do we have standard characteristics for Age? If none, how would you propose to handle this?

Ex. SFG1 Batch-A was produced last Aug 1, 2013. So if today is Sept 1, the batch's age is 31 days old.

Thanks for your help!


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  • Posted on Sep 01, 2013 at 03:29 PM


    check this blogConsidering component shelf life in batch determination .


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