Traceability 2.0: Ensuring Food Safety through Multi-dimensional Traceability

Ever stricter guidelines and policies to ensure the safety of the US food supply mean many food company executives need to assess their methods of minimizing food safety incidents. Existing “one-up” or “one-back” measures no longer go far enough. Make sure you get a wider view: find out how multi-dimensional traceability (MDT) can help collect and analyze information at every step in the food production process chain.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:
  • (Originally Published On:) )
 
comments powered by Disqus


Featured publications:

Innovative, Sustainable, and Responsive: Food and Beverage Manufacturers Evolve for the New Economy

To satisfy customer requirements profitably, food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers must work at the pace of change, which has accelerated in regulations, consumer buying patterns, and the needs of retail, restaurant, and industrial foodservice customers. Know the three major challenges facing F&B manufacturers today and what they need to do to streamline their operations for greater efficiencies and waste reduction in order to survive.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions

For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Reimagine Work

Whether you’re ready for it or not, the future of work is now. The new way of work is multi-generational, multi-geographical, multi-cultural, location-agnostic, and device-independent. Work-team structures have morphed into more matrixed (vs. hierarchical) arrangements. And people have different expectations of how, where, and what they use to get their jobs done. With this new way of work, organizations need to understand that attracting and retaining the best talent at all levels requires being more in tune with employees’ wants and needs.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Ensuring Food Safety and Brand Protection through Supply Chain Traceability

To ensure the safety of the domestic and global food supply, demands for brand protection assurance are on the rise, as are national and global food safety initiatives. Food processors and distribution warehouses up and down the supply chain now find automated traceability systems are a necessity. Learn about an automated approach to traceability that is both cost-effective and a good fit for existing business operations.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Traceability in Food and Beverage Processing

Food safety has been top-of-mind for both consumers and industry executives for a number of years. Clearly traceability plays a large role in overall food safety, and in general food and beverage processors are doing better than many other industries. However, the stakes are high when it comes to food safety and there is still a lot of room for improvement, especially upstream in the food supply chain. Find out more.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Transparency and Trust: The Need for Traceability

Escalating health fears, new global policies, and a highly competitive market means that traceability is an issue food and beverage companies cannot afford to ignore. All this has led to a need for information on quality and food safety that companies must live up to. Explore the key issues surrounding traceability in the food and beverage industry, and find out why you might need to consider a new traceability system.
  • Written By:
  • Published On: