Food manufacturers and distributors are being affected by the pandemic in many ways. Here’s how we can get through it.
For food manufacturers who struggled with maintaining productivity and performing quality and safety checks due to a reduced plant workforce, COVID-19 may be a wake-up call for digital transformation. Data accessibility, action-ability, and adaptability will be critical as social distancing and remote work continues for the foreseeable future.
The coronavirus crisis caused many farmers to resort to dumping milk to cope with a surplus. Solving the problem is crucial, but not straightforward, especially in light of a possible resurgence of the virus.
Extra precautions will minimize food safety risks during construction, and following a thorough plan can keep your products, facility and employees safe.
Many questions about implementation, confidentiality, discrimination and length of record retention remain.
COVID-19 has led to mandatory business shutdowns that have already caused a severely limited supply problem.
IoT isn’t just a safe solution for improving food safety: It’s a smart solution.
Will the effects on the food supply chain increase the incentive for fraud?
Working in the industry has never been harder, especially as COVID-19 spreads through the workforce.
While American consumers are currently frustrated by a lack of toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other pandemic-related items, the longer-term repercussions to the supply chain will be evident on store shelves in three months or more.