Combatting Food & Beverage’s Toughest Supply Chain Challenges

What is your top supply chain challenge? Is it recall management? Upholding stringent guidelines for compliance? Providing stakeholders the supply chain transparency they need—from the field to the factory to the fork?

In this infographic, you will learn:

  • How to ensure consumer safety while millions of food items move simultaneously through fields, production lines, trucks, and stores.
  • The important role in increasing supply chain efficiency via real-time data plays in optimizing output.
  • Ways that supply chain transparency empowers food & beverage companies to enhance claim credibility.
  • How to mitigate the risk of food recalls and tax infringements.

Food and beverage’s most powerful ingredient

Food and drink engineers will generally view steam as the ideal method for sterilization, But if something is filtered – as tends to be in the case with the culinary steam we know within the food and beverage industry – does it automatically follow that is clean?

Thermal processing of Food

The use of high temperatures to preserve and ensure the safety of food is based on the effect of microbial destruction. Thermal processing is one of the most widely used unit operations employed in the food industry and is frequency determined as a Critical Control Point (CCP). This whitepaper covers the main science behind the unit operation and should be used to underpin the development and design of thermal processing steps.

Food Regulatory Guide

Food safety crises are continuing to increase public scrutiny of food producers; consequently, consumers are demanding higher quality and safer food. Working with a well-designed quality data management system, the right weighing technology and an appropriate product inspection program deliver higher food safety and process quality.