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Features: Reducing Seafood Shrinkage
Retailers using enhanced electronic traceability to manage their seafood supply chains can achieve less waste, better sustainability, and more satisfied customers
With the continued growth of the organic market, chemical companies and beverage processors are providing solutions that meet the strict regulations of aseptic packaging
Departments: Sustainability Certifications for Food Manufacturers
As sustainability gains momentum throughout the food industry, we’re seeing the increasingly popular use of ecolabels and certifications like organic, Marine Stewardship Council, and Pesticide Residue Free by primary producers. Third party certifications provide a valuable and credible way for these businesses to tell potential customers about their sustainability efforts. While most current certifications focus on primary producers, third party verification can also play a valuable role in advancing...
Departments: Reduce Water Usage, Eliminate Excess Waste
The food and beverage processing industry is known as the largest industrial user of water, consuming up to 20,000 gallons of water per ton of product, according to the North Carolina Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance. And, with over 17,000 food and beverage processors in the United States alone, curbing this dependence on a community’s clean water supply is a top concern.
Features: Sustainability for the Long Haul
Sustainable manufacturing and processing, which reduces raw materials waste and minimizes refuse, is more than a passing trend for companies both large and small during this economic recession. As companies using such practices see it, sustainability attracts consumers. But more fundamentally, it is good for a business’s bottom line.
Columns: It’s Not Easy Being Green
On the first season of “Sesame Street” in 1970, the soon-to-be cultural icon Kermit the Frog sang the immortal line, “It’s not easy being green.” Kermit was of course referring to the difficulties of being a small green creature. But the difficulties involved in being green are quite familiar to most industries, including food manufacturing.