Food production capacity must expand, but doing so with conventional automation is difficult. Collaborative robots offer both efficiency and flexibility to get around these obstacles.
“Through the FSSC 24000 Scheme, we strive to improve labor relationships, health and safety at work, and work and business ethics with a management system approach that drives continuous improvement on key social issues.”
As world hunger increases, affecting 828 million people, QU Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), calls for increased investment, policy changes and better use of resources to address global threads to agrifood systems.
The past two years have pushed food companies to the limit, as they have worked tirelessly to ensure that safe, quality food is delivered to the consumer amidst an evolving global pandemic.
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Experts discussed a range of global topics, with the organization’s commitment to food safety and sustainability being a key theme.
Oren Zaslansky, CEO of Flock Freight, discusses how more thoughtful food logistics strategies can ultimately save companies time and money, as well as get products to consumers faster.
At a time when every dollar counts—and the supply chain is strained—food organizations should proactively work to reduce food waste.
Deal value in foodtech has more than doubled, as innovation continues to push the intersection between food and technology forward.
Many restaurants suffer from a lack of visibility into their inventories. Inventory management technology can help them increase transparency and control to become more cost-effective and agile.