Mandatory incident reporting is on its way. However, it should not be viewed as a replacement for voluntary industry action. Voluntary collaboration with industry peers will remain a core component of food and agriculture industry cyber risk management.
An upcoming decision by the Supreme Court could have an enormous impact upon the nation’s pork supply and prices, as well as reverberations affecting interstate commerce in several industries.
The food industry continues to face significant, simultaneous crises that threaten our food supply, including product and labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war, and climate change. As we look ahead to what’s coming in 2023, it’s clear that technology is key to managing these ongoing challenges.
With this proposed Salmonella rule, the U.S. is taking another important step toward ensuring the health of its citizens, and further enhancing consumer trust in the chicken products they buy.
Food safety is a growing concern among consumers. Restaurants can reduce food safety risks in their establishments by implementing technology in these five areas.
The No.1 priority for food manufacturers is ensuring their products reach customers in a healthy and safely consumable state. One of the key factors in ensuring safety is maintaining proper temperature in storage and transportation. Connected data loggers are cost-effective technology options that can save thousands of dollars and hours of hassle by alerting users to temperature issues before the only safe course of action becomes product disposal.
The pandemic opened our eyes to the fragility of the food supply chain. Now is the time to recognize ongoing and emerging threats and develop backup plans to prepare for future food crises.
Hourly employee (crew, kitchen manager, service manager) turnover is around 194% in our industry. Tracking the training for all these employees as they come and go is virtually impossible unless you have a reliable system. Pencil and paper will not suffice.
Innovations in food processing machinery—from intelligent robots to energy-efficient motors for food and beverage processing—are driving growth in the industry.
As the global food supply chain becomes increasingly complex, the food industry must integrate data-driven solutions by expanding the adoption of technologies that enable data collection, exchange and analysis.