We are seeking a full-time Production Scheduler to efficiently schedule production rooms to ensure high customer order fill rate. Responsibilities include product BOM maintenance, raw material allocation, SOP maintenance, and closing productions in ERP system while working closely with Production Superintendents to optimize room capacities and achieve schedule attainment goals.
Wondering about what's happening at Silva? Below you'll find several articles to keep you up to date on the latest news.
As we continue to grow, we're seeking a full-time Safety Manager to lead our safety initiatives and safety team. The Safety Manager will develop and enforce Silva Environmental Health and Safety Guidelines and maintain Silva Safety Programs, ensuring compliance with OSHA standards.
We are seeking a full-time Food Scientist to provide expertise in planning, designing and implementing research and development of dehydrated vegetable and related ingredients from bench to production, to provide customers with leading edge flavor, texture, nutrition and quality.
As Silva continues to expand and build for the future in supply to our customers, you may recall the recent completion of our new warehouse and distribution center. A part of our expansion plan included building additional production capacities, along with something new in our continued efforts of quality control: ZerOx Fumigation.
Silva’s international quality control team continues their dedicated efforts in management of the beginning stages of our supply chain. This update contains some highlights of their recent activity.
They aren’t thought of often, but carrots are a great example of a versatile ingredient. This root vegetable has many uses as a product component, and not just to add a distinctive bite of flavor.
Snacks aren’t just junk food you eat between meals anymore. More and more, fresher and healthier snack options are becoming available and consumers are eating it up. At Silva, field to finish, we’re committed to making fresh foods the better part of snacking.
One of the most recent food trends is actually an old one. We are beginning to look at food differently. We usually think of food as a way to nourish and fuel our bodies, and it is. But, we can also use food as a way to heal ourselves. Food can be used as medicine.
Adding a splash of color makes any product more appealing, and food is no exception. There is a growing interest in colorful foods and the unique appearance and properties they bring to the table. Inserting vibrant color into some of our favorite foods can be pleasing to the eye—and the rest of the body.