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By Jason Chester, Director of Global Channel Programs, InfinityQS® International, Inc. Data are the essential fuel to any food manufacturer’s quality assurance program. Data can inform you when there’s a quality issue, a machine needs maintenance, or a process requires adjustment,...
By Are Traasdahl, founder and CEO, Crisp For nearly a year, shopping for groceries and household items has felt a bit like the wild west. Whether by choice or by force, 75% of consumers tried a new store, a different...
By Marla Keene, technology writer at AX Control, Inc The COVID-19 pandemic affected the global food chain from farm to table. It damaged one of the most important sectors of the world economy with problems that are still influencing the...
By Alex Brown, technical editor, Form.com Since the start of the pandemic, the role of data in food manufacturing has evolved. Crucial touchpoints like safety compliance and quality assurance have transformed to meet swiftly changing protocols and burgeoning demand. As we...
By Robert Fernandez, Director of Economic Diversification, Parkland County Western Canadian provinces are sitting on 1.7 million acres of agricultural land that is ideally suited for the agriculture of protein-based pulses such as lentils, chickpeas, peas, fava beans, soy, and...
By Bennett Cohen, Partner at Piva, and Mengzhen Lei, Summer Associate at Piva In today’s grocery stores, cartons of plant-based milk dominate the dairy aisles and are only increasing in popularity. Products such as soy, almond and oat milk have...
By Tyler Noesser, Technical Director at alliantgroup Arguably every industry has been affected in some way by the coronavirus pandemic. Food processing and manufacturing are no different.  COVID-19, however, has sparked a wave of innovation within the industry, and a chance...
By Karl Deily, Sealed Air SVP and Chief Commercial Officer A pandemic changes everything. It changes how we view our surroundings. It changes what we trust. It changes our sense of security.  As the COVID-19 crisis continues and supply chains are...
By Pamela A. Grinter, partner in the Corporate Department of Fox Rothschild LLP In a contract manufacturing relationship, a manufacturer contracts with a brand owner to produce goods for that brand owner. This relationship can benefit both parties: contract manufacturing...
By Ryan Haines and Benjamin Esparza, safety consultants for Sentry Insurance a Mutual Company. When viruses like COVID-19 first make news, people often ask whether it can spread through their favorite foods. Thankfully, current research shows that the risk of...