Seafood is a globally traded commodity that is subject to intense supply/demand and price pressures. It is one of the most fragmented food supply chains, and transparency into its actors and the movement of products has been notoriously elusive and difficult to manage.
Fraudulent New Zealand Wines being exported around the globe.
Digitalization is sweeping through the supply chains of companies all over the planet, and its potential is mind boggling.
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.
NOCs can make their way into food via a number of avenues and accurately detecting their presence is critical.
The Consortium will be held December 2–4 in Schaumburg, IL, but we’re prepared to go virtual if necessary.
Why products need identification cards and how industry is collaborating to agree on them.
Focusing on temperature, storage and packaging is critical.
Yiannas will kick off the event on October 21 in Schaumburg, IL.
Meat-alternatives are bringing new food safety concerns to the already complex supply chain.