Continuous improvement and training are two fundamental elements in a food company due to their direct impact on the quality and safety of food products, as well as on compliance with the applicable standards and regulations. At Embutidos Ortiz we are aware of their importance and we maintain our commitment to training in all categories of our teams. It is the way to advance in the continuous improvement that forms part of our DNA. Translated with (free version)

With our continuous improvement programme we aim to:

  1. Compliance with standards and regulations: The food industry is subject to numerous rules and regulations in terms of food safety, quality, labelling, hygiene, among others. Continuous improvement and training ensure that employees are up to date and comply with legal and regulatory requirements.
  2. Food culture, quality and safety: The quality and safety of food products are critical to customer satisfaction and company reputation. Continuous improvement and training identify and correct opportunities for improvement in production, food handling, storage, transportation and distribution processes, helping to prevent the presence of contaminants, reduce the risk of foodborne illness and ensure the quality of the final product. Translated with (free version)
  3. Efficiency and productivity: Continuous improvement seeks to optimise processes and procedures in a food business, which can lead to greater efficiency and productivity. Through training, employees acquire up-to-date skills and knowledge that enable them to perform their tasks more efficiently, which can result in increased production, reduced errors and waste, and reduced costs.
  4. Innovation and competitiveness: Continuous improvement involves the constant search for new ways of doing things and the implementation of significant incremental improvements in processes and products. Training enables employees to acquire knowledge and skills in new technologies, trends and best practices in the food industry, which fosters innovation and improves the company’s competitiveness in the market.
  5. Talent development and retention: Training is an effective tool for developing and retaining talent in a food business. Employees value the opportunity to learn and grow professionally, and offering training programmes can help increase job satisfaction and employee loyalty. In addition, ongoing training helps keep employees up-to-date on their roles and responsibilities, which improves their performance and contributes to the success of the company.

For Embutidos Ortiz, continuous improvement and training are essential elements to guarantee all the aspects mentioned above. Investing in continuous improvement and employee training is a key strategy to ensure the long-term success and sustainability of our family business.