Overnight, the pandemic has turned the entire food industry upside down. While news stories speak of robot deliveries, contactless purchases, and sanitizing protocols, the changes might be much more substantial than that. So, what is the real impact, and what does the future hold for the food industry?
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Outdated technologies are preventing advancements and efficiencies in the food industry, resulting in the paradox of mounting food insecurity and food waste. By reviewing the slow history of technology adoption to-date, it is clear that opportunity exists to advance the pace of innovation to create more resilient food supply chains in the future.
The blueprint is commitment to American consumers that the agency will work as fast and effectively as possible to provide the “safest food system in the world.”
The blueprint will also include lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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