A look at what causes E. coli outbreaks in leafy greens, why they are so common, and how they can be prevented.
The use of automation is accelerating in the foodservice industry.
COVID-19 has highlighted the complexity of meeting rapidly changing consumer needs with siloed data sources across the food supply chain. A new and overdue approach, called programmatic commerce, is built upon fully connected systems and will enable food manufacturers, distributors and retailers to pivot even beyond the pandemic. Starting with the consumer buying experience across digital and in-store channels, retailers are gathering and sharing valuable data and insights in order to serve up the right products in the right places where they are needed most, meeting customer expectations and reducing waste across the entire supply chain.
…And how retailers can take advantage during the pandemic and beyond.
During COVID-19, the underlying problem that prevented companies from pivoting at the outbreak persists: Lack of visibility. Looking ahead, participants across the food supply chain will need greater transparency and cohesive collaboration to ensure a consistent and safe supply is available to consumers.
While many grocery stores made operational changes to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic, more adjustments are needed to help stem future infections.
Digital inspections provide supermarkets and restaurants with cooling and cooking log automation as well as a platform for behavioral-based inspections.
Whether it’s monitoring soil conditions on a farm or the temperature of a refrigerator in a restaurant kitchen, there are many instances where technology is being used to promote optimal food growth and safety.
Your smartphone may be transmitting more than a call. Dirty texting doesn’t make for safe food handling.
Why products need identification cards and how industry is collaborating to agree on them.