The agency is giving stakeholders additional tools to help in understanding the proposed rule and whether it applies to their organization.
A growing number of organizations strongly believe that social responsibility and profits are not mutually exclusive. This is especially important now for the food sector, where some companies are undergoing a major shift in workforce and supply chain management.
In reality, your plant has probably been affected by COVID-19, but have your actions been documented?
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.
While many grocery stores made operational changes to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic, more adjustments are needed to help stem future infections.
More than 10,000 workers at meat plants have reportedly been infected or exposed.
In a race against time, distribution centers must move products from receiving through storage and dispatch as fast as possible to meet short lead times and deliver fresher, safer food to market. But with the need for speed outpacing some facilities’ capabilities, it might be time to look at automation for help.
Carmen Rottenberg is leaving the post and departing federal service.
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In addition, technology will play an even larger role in how the food industry manages its supply chain this year.