Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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Mark your calendars: PROCESS EXPO is once again coming to McCormick Place in Chicago! And ProFood Tech is a new show on the schedule. These two trade shows offer professionals in the food industry opportunities to discover new innovations and participate in educational...
The food industry is both at high risk of and unprepared for a cybersecurity incident, according to a new report from the Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) at the University of Minnesota. The report suggests that food companies that...
There's a new kid on the block in food industry certifications. This one isn't for your equipment or your product. It's for your people. It's no secret that technology is changing the food industry. At the same time, large numbers of...
In the wake of sweeping food safety reforms and the FDA's redesigned labels, there's been lots of talk about transparency. Now a new app aims to "reimagine food data for the Internet age." The Sage online platform currently houses data on...
Nine out of 10 senior manufacturing industry executives expect the "competitive importance and pace of innovation" to increase as companies adopt new technologies, according to a new survey by Frost & Sullivan's Manufacturing Leadership Council. The technologies in question are the...
Do you need to streamline your quality management process, provide on-demand safety training, or communicate more efficiently with your frontline workforce? The Food Industry Executive Supplier Catalog has software for all of these functions and more. Here are 5 software...
The finalization of FSMA rules puts pressure on many standard food industry operations. Because your supply chain is not one operation, but many, it may feel that pressure more keenly than other areas of business. On the one hand, emerging...
As food supply chains evolve into increasingly complex networks, handling recalls with transparency becomes more complex as well, said Food Quality and Safety magazine recently. The linear, more traditional "one-up and one-back" approach no longer meets standards of transparency, either...
In the past few years, interest in nanotechnology has grown exponentially. The official definition of nanotechnology, from the United States National Nanotechnology Initiative, is “science, engineering, and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers.” What...
God forbid you need to recall product, but if you do, Wayne Labs at Food Engineering offers advice for narrowing in on defective items using single-system ERP software. Labs recommends choosing an industry-specific ERP system to encompass traceability, FSMA, and business...