September 29 is the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste. In this article we look at resources as well as key strategies to help food businesses identify and reduce areas of food loss and waste.
One of the key areas of focus is addressing food security and driving agricultural innovation through new technologies that protect crops from disease, and enhance seeds and fertilizers and foods made with cultured animal cells.
Implementing a lean manufacturing strategy can streamline food manufacturing operations and improve collaboration between departments.
“Certified is well-positioned as a leading provider of differentiated lab testing services, and I see immense opportunity in serving our growing end markets through continued M&A and service expansion, all supported by an excellent team.”
“Communities have suffered far too long from exposure to these forever chemicals. The action announced today will improve transparency and advance EPA’s aggressive efforts to confront this pollution, as outlined in the Agency’s PFAS Strategic Roadmap.”
The data was within confidence intervals showing that there was no significant difference between the SureTect methods and the reference method.
Innovations in food processing machinery—from intelligent robots to energy-efficient motors for food and beverage processing—are driving growth in the industry.
The types of flies that impact food-handling establishments the most are “filth” flies, which transmit diseases, and “nuisance” flies, which typically do not. While these pests are all flies, different types of flies require different control methods.
Data analysis from more than 2,000 food industry professionals revealed challenges in employee training as well as specific actions that enable companies to have stronger food safety outcomes
“The food we grow and sell to consumers is the same food we take home to our families. Our work doesn’t get more personal than that,” said Pezzini.