The move also marks a huge milestone for Erudus, with more than 100 wholesalers now using the platform, with the cloud-based software continuing to make waves throughout the industry.
The Group’s foodservice members will begin using the software from 1 April, providing them with access to allergen and nutritional information for more than 100,000 products.
Erudus, which is described by the Group as ‘a vital day-to-day tool for its foodservice members’, also boasts 85,000 caterers and 1,300 manufacturers amongst its users.
David Sabin, head of trading for the Today’s Group, the UK’s largest wholesale services company with 142 independent wholesalers operating out of more than 190 depots, said: “We are really pleased to be working with Erudus, and will be bringing a significant number of our foodservice members onto the platform from 1 April with more to follow.
“The Erudus system has been enhanced considerably over the last few years and we are coming on board at just the right time in what will be another step forward in its development over the next year.
"Welcoming Todays Group into the Erudus family is a significant moment for us. We wanted to break through our target of 100 wholesalers before June and we have achieved this."
“Erudus is a vital day to day tool for our Foodservice members and will help them deliver great service to their customers.”
Erudus has enjoyed a strong start to 2018, including further enhancing its partnership with Nielsen Brandbank and sharing its API with Lady Lodge Systems.
Jon Shayler, Erudus’ chief operating officer, said: “Welcoming Today’s Group into the Erudus family is a significant moment for us. We wanted to break through our target of 100 wholesalers before June and we have achieved this.
“Today’s Group’s members will now have immediate access to key product information, which will assist them and their customers to adhere to strict EU law governing allergen data.
“Erudus provides wholesalers and caterers with trusted data and the confidence it has been entered by the manufacturers themselves, thereby reducing the risk of error and mitigating any liability to brand owner.”
For more information visit http://erudus.com.
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