Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Uzwil (Switzerland), August 22, 2016 – Bühler and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions agreed to expand their existing successful collaboration for increased innovation and market launches, further leveraging the opportunities of the Internet of Things. New products are expected...
Amidst the growing competition for diners, restaurants’ chief concerns are food safety, labor issues, and tech spending, according to a report by AlixPartners. Their 2016 poll reveals diners’ desires and what restaurants will have to maintain to stay in...
Food manufacturers face an array of concerns, from regulations compliance to consumer demands. Your supply chain is the point--or series of points--where many of these concerns converge. Taking a hard look at your supply chain can positively impact your...
It’s no longer a matter of “if,” but “when.” Experts agree, the Internet of Things (IoT) is coming to food manufacturing in ways that are getting harder to ignore. The IoT is changing how the food industry tackles problems like...
Research firm Carbonview released data on grocery stores and technology, indicating that a digital transformation is already well underway and even accelerating amongst grocers. In this case, digital transformation refers to leveraging new digital technologies for business models, processes,...
According to FoodProcessing.com, five issues loom large for the food and beverage industry as 2016 begins. Here's a quick look at each of them: Dietary Guidelines Mid-January is the new expected release date for the 8th edition of the USDA and...
A recent Food Processing report reveals developments in industrial robotics that could prove profitable to food manufacturers--but they've still got a long way to go. New methods involving air pressure instead of traditional vacuum techniques may help end-of-arm (EOA) tools handle food...
The inevitable labor shortage looming over the food industry encompasses more than an absence of workers. There’s a rising absence of skills as well. Because the 21st-century food industry requires 21st-century skills, employees who don’t retire in the next...
FSMA’s seventh final rule (as of May 27, 2016) governs mitigation strategies for preventing intentional adulteration of food in slaughter and processing facilities. Under this rule, your security measures must account for, among other things, all personnel and visitors passing...
This November, UC-Davis will host the first-ever IC-FOODS conference, "to coordinate and build the ontological and semantic infrastructure for the next-gen Internet of Food (IoF), including those aspects related to Health, and Sustainability." In an interview with Forbes, Matthew Lange,...