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What Rule Should You Follow For Effective Stock Rotation?

Stock rotation is an essential part of food hygiene and safety because it allows you to take better control over the movement of products into and out of your store. This in turn allows you to organise your stock, reducing stock loss caused by expiration or obsolescence. In this article, HSEDocs explores the different types of stock rotation methods and highlights how to work out which rule to follow.

What rule should you follow for effective stock rotation? When it comes to effective stock rotation, there are two main rules. The first-in, first out (FIFO) method involves selling the products that arrive first in your store. The first-expired, first-out (FEFO) approach is used to manage perishable products or those with a specific expiry date. The rule you follow will depend on the types of products you are selling.

Keep reading to learn more about the different stock rotation rules and the benefits of each method.