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Section: Process > Food safety
A Digital Fingerprint to Combat Counterfeit Goods
Alitheon’s optical artificial intelligence system can authenticate products by simply taking a picture.
Jun 7th, 2022
Supply Chain Management
Blockchain’s Role in Tracking Food Across E-commerce
The FDA focuses on supply chain safety risks as more consumers buy their food online.
Mar 14th, 2022
John Deere Debuts Autonomous Tractor: “One Giant Robot”
The 8R tractor is a step towards solving labor and productivity challenges, but the move to autonomous farming is a five-stage journey.
Mar 2nd, 2022
Automated Ingredient Handling Brings Bevy of Benefits
An automated system from Radar Process provided biscuit-making operations at Cerealto Siro Foods with more accurate weighing, elimination of foreign matter, improved inventory control, and significantly reduced safety risks for its workers.
Dec 13th, 2021
Remote Access Technologies Help Keep Food Sanitation Workers Safe
Cloud services, augmented and virtual reality, and videoconferencing applications are among the latest tools that suppliers are using to keep food and beverage workers safer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dec 18th, 2020
Smarter Food Safety Relies on More Data, Compute Power
Demand is rising for improved precision in food inspection. Food producers are taking advantage of the data and processing capabilities in their systems to not only improve food safety, but also to work toward improved traceability.
Oct 28th, 2020
More Rules and Realizations in the Era of Smarter Food
The FDA’s latest proposed rule establishes additional food traceability requirements, indicative of an impending shift in the global supply chain.
Oct 1st, 2020
Artificial Intelligence Advances Food Safety
Landing AI is helping food producers overcome not only the limitations of their human workforce but of traditional machine vision as well, using machine learning to better evaluate issues around food safety.
Sep 22nd, 2020
The Importance of Material Tracing
Traceability on a processing or production line is incredibly important, especially when it comes food products, where having the ability to track every ingredient down to the source is crucial to the health and safety of the consumers.
Timothy S. Matheny, P.E.
Jul 27th, 2020
Noosa Yoghurt Cuts Downtime, Product Loss With Valve Upgrade
The TrueClean CIP’able air blow check valve from Central States Industrial enabled the yogurt maker to save hours of downtime and many pounds of product every week, with an expected savings of $350,000 a year.
Jun 11th, 2020
App Reinvigorates Employee Input for Continuous Improvement at Mars Petcare
How do you get frontline employees engaged in efforts for plant improve? Learn how Mars Petcare used a mobile application to reinvigorate employee input leading to continuous improvement at multiple manufacturing facilities in Mexico.
Feb 28th, 2020
CPGs Need to Adapt to Meet Growing Food Demand
PACK EXPO East offers the latest solutions and industry education to help consumer packaged goods companies keep up with industry changes.
Jan 14th, 2020
Where Are They Now? An Open Process Automation Forum Update
As the group readies version 2.0 of its open process automation standard, there’s an overarching feeling of unity but an underlying concern about what this architecture really means for manufacturers and industrial control suppliers in the future.
Dec 6th, 2019
Software Helps Meat Processor Save $2 Million in Maintenance Costs
West Liberty Foods shifted maintenance and other operations from reactive to proactive with help from Leading2Lean’s CloudDispatch computerized maintenance management software.
Nov 16th, 2019
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