It seems like everyone is watching what they’re eating, but when food labeling isn’t clear or consistent, it can be hard to tell what’s actually on your plate. What information do food labels have now, and what can we do to make food labeling more consistent?
Investing in a culture of food safety is key.
Food Safety is everyone’s priority. It is no longer something that can be brushed aside as only the responsibility of a specific department, job title, or managed only via corporate governance. There are three key things that you need to consider as a part of a food safety program.
As companies dip their toes in IoT, aiming for industry-focused platforms, not piecemeal devices, could make the most impact.
The challenge remains in getting food companies to adopt these tools.
Different technologies that may overlap in some ways may be highly complementary, yet many of the brands that have been at the forefront of automation have not yet taken advantage of the full set of available capabilities.
Technological advances are helping to improve the consumer experience.
Color-coded food safety products have helped to tackle cross-contamination and potential foodborne illness in my kitchen.
What is your organization doing to make sure that every meal is safe?
The Internet of Things is enabling businesses to use data to monitor various environments.