Agree with pHruit, definitely will still conduct receiving check which will be more of non-destructive and visual check such as labeling, transportation damages.
I am thinking of those quality and food safety parameter from supplier / manufacturer such as sensorial, chemical testing (e.g. moisture), allergen shall be assured by supplier via agreement, COA etc. We could pre-align with supplier on the requirements and should there be any quality and food safety issues, they shall bear the responsibility.
Maybe some of your company is practicing similar approach, could you share what do we need to align to supplier before start practicing "non-check during receiving".
I would like to know things like: -
1. Criteria of supplier
2. Supplier audit frequency / monitoring program become tighter?
3. Agreement content / legal aspect if issues happened
4. Other points to take note and pre-align