The Silent Revolution: How Smart Manufacturing is Transforming the Food Industry

A silent revolution is taking place in the rapidly evolving food industry. Smart Manufacturing technologies are transforming the way food is produced, increasing efficiency and reducing the risk of recall.
BLOG Jun 27

Avoid Recalls: How Food & Beverage Manufacturers are using technology to make their foods safer

Safety is critical in the food and beverage industry. Recalls have a devastating impact on reputation and finances. However, advancements in technology, particularly with smart manufacturing, offer food and beverage manufacturers powerful tools to improve food safety and avoid costly recalls.
BLOG Feb 28

How AI Will Affect Food Safety in 2023 and Beyond

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in food manufacturing has been revolutionizing the industry, providing significant benefits in terms of quality control, production efficiency, and, most importantly, food safety. In the coming years, AI is expected to have an even greater impact on food safety from farm to table, helping to prevent food ...
BLOG Feb 07

A Journey To Certain Safety: The Future Of Food Supply Chains

Doug Lawson, ThinkIQ CEO speaks at the American Food Manufacturing Summit 2021 on "A Journey To Certain Safety: The Future Of Food Supply Chains". Everyone responsible for food & beverage supply chain or any manufacturing optimization should take the time to check out this presentation which can been seen here.
BLOG Feb 21

How Has Industry 4.0 Modernized Food Safety

You are what you eat. Which for some of us, means we are lasso-toting, cowboy-hat-wearing cream-filled golden sponge cakes. Yee-haw. For others, their body is a temple — everything that goes in must be pure organic brain or muscle fuel grown with the greatest of eco-responsibility in mind. For most, we’re somewhere in between. We’d like our ...
BLOG Sep 01

What Is Food Safety Software?

Where would the human race be without software? The concept was first explored in the 19th century for the Analytical Engine, then later theorized more formally by Alan Turing in the 1930s. The first piece of software was executed in 1948 on the University of Manchester’s “Manchester Baby” computer. The term “software” itself wasn’t coined until ...
BLOG Aug 25

4 Food Safety Guideline From Farm To Fork

A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. To be sure, this is a powerful, poignant refrain that is easy to fathom when you imagine said chain is only six, even 12 links long. But what if your chain consists of 50 links? Thousands of links? Imagine you had a chain with enough links to span several continents. Now finding the weakest link ...
BLOG Aug 18

Why Food Safety and Traceability Is Imperative For The Food And Beverage Industry

Every great film series includes a few key elements. Usually, they’re grounded in a great first act: the original movie that got the audience hook, line, and sinker — think Star Wars: A New Hope, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, The Godfather. We fall in love with compelling characters at first sight. Soon, a sequel is born to resume ...
BLOG Jul 14

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