If food manufacturers want to stay competitive and secure greater profits, they must actively work to reduce their energy consumption—and the benefits will carry into food safety and quality.
The added measure takes into consideration the unique characteristics of controlled environment agriculture.
One year ago, everything changed. During this year’s GFSI Conference, global stakeholders discussed the fundamentals of how the food industry needs to move forward.
Engagement with key stakeholders across the globe to provide safe food for everyone was a key theme.
Throughout the day, conversations addressed sustainability, the supply chain and adaptation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sustainability will impact food transportation long term and push food manufacturers to operate within new regulatory parameters imposed on how they produce and ship their products.
A look at what causes E. coli outbreaks in leafy greens, why they are so common, and how they can be prevented.
A large amount of grain and seed was fraudulently sold as organic.
Improving efficiency in the food processing industry involves smart technology and even smarter strategies. This article looks at the assets and techniques currently available to aid in this all-important mission.
Food producers must embrace the sustainable movement if they want to stay in business: Consumer preferences, new foods and packaging are integral considerations.