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Departments: IT Solutions for Food Safety Management
IT can help manage the mound of information it takes to remain compliant with new food safety legislation.
Departments: How Green Is My Package?
Life-cycle analysis according to ISO 14040 guidelines is vital to ensuring pro-environment claims.
Departments: Minimize Risk in Food Automation Systems
Follow these best practices to minimize risk and ensure success in installing or upgrading an automation system in your food plant.
All too frequently, a story appears about tainted food that has traveled through the supply chain undetected until it causes illness and triggers a costly recall. This scenario not only puts the health of the consumer at risk but is also invariably expensive and can destroy a company’s reputation.
Imagine pointing your smart phone at a head of lettuce in the grocery store and having the phone tell you what farm the lettuce came from and the date the produce arrived in the grocery store. What if your phone could even tell you what temperatures the lettuce was exposed to in transit? If various sectors of the industry got on the same wavelength, consumers could stay healthier by tapping into a robust database of vital information.
Consumer information has helped understand outbreaks.
There are four principle methods for developing natural color with thermal heat: impinged air, flame, sear, and radiant infrared heat. With advancements in modern cooking technologies and natural browning agents, a whole range of authentic colors and surface effects can be achieved faster, more efficiently, and more consistently
Departments: Increase Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Comprehensive solutions that directly address food and beverage production efficiency include methodologies that manufacture without new investment. The food and beverage manufacturing industry is under steadily growing pressure. Once an investment is in place and as long as there is demand for the products, companies must produce as much as possible with existing production facilities while keeping costs as low as possible.
Departments: Tools For Better Food Safety Testing
Is our food really safe? The plethora of contamination events over the past few years certainly begs the question. The first major contamination event occurred in 1998 when Sara Lee recalled 35 million pounds of various meat products. Recalls were pretty quiet for about eight years, and then…
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.