Companies are urged to use the time during the COVID-19 pandemic to reassess their supply chain and update their recall plan.
As the food retailers and the supply chain experience significant increase in product demand, transparency and strong supplier relationships are more important than ever.
The complimentary event will discuss how the food industry can address issues that arise as a result of supply chain disruption.
The sessions will bring together experts in regulatory, quality and laboratory testing.
Machine vision provides tools to build hardware and software that can observe its surroundings and draw conclusions about what it sees. The concept isn’t new, but the latest developments support a wide range of exciting industrial technologies, from safer robots to dramatically improved food inspection processes.
Taking place June 3–4, the event will tackle regulatory, compliance and risk management topics within testing and food lab management.
Aflatoxins are a common issue.
The company took action after learning that the products may be contaminated with extraneous materials.
As food companies have built much of their reputation on consumer trust, several supply chain challenges remain in the cannabis industry.
Systems used in food processing and manufacturing are particularly vulnerable.