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Weekly News Scan – September 15th, 2021

Illinois Restaurant Subject of Investigation For Outbreak of Salmonella Illnesses La Mex restaurant located in Illinois is being investigated for a Salmonella outbreak. 8 patients have been identified so far, however, “it can take several days for symptoms of Salmonella poisoning to develop.” As of right now, “the Grundy County

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Weekly News Scan – September 9th, 2021

Digital Transformation: Five Ways to Help Your Business Boost Customer Experience ZDnet discusses “From product design to business intelligence and onto measuring market metrics, here’s what five digital leaders believe businesses should focus on if they want to deliver great tech-enabled customer experiences.” Place people at the heart of the

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Weekly News Scan – September 2nd, 2021

Digital Food Safety Consultant is the Future. iTechPost discusses the connection between food, culture and technology. There are many food safety leaders who have “recognized the advantages attached to the incorporation of technology to food safety and quality management.” Before the digital age, companies had manual processes for maintaining documents

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Weekly News Scan – August 26, 2021

How Preventive Maintenance Saves Food Processors Time and Money Food Logistics discusses how “preventive maintenance services, enhanced by remote monitoring and data capture, can increase system uptime and overall operational efficiency.” One way that “processors can help ensure consistency in equipment operations and a way to stay ahead of the

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Weekly News Scan – August 19th, 2021

Food and Drink Manufacturers Prepare For Challenges Of Digital Future Food and Drink International reports that The ​​Made Smarter Leadership Programme “encourages current and future leaders to develop a new way of looking at their business and create a clear strategy to enable the adoption of digital technology, including how

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Weekly News Scan – August 12, 2021

Cornell Food Scientists Create National Atlas for Deadly Listeria Food Safety News reports that “in a new study, Cornell food scientists have created a national atlas for Listeria monocytogenes. They hope the new genomic and geological mapping tool will make it easier to track down Listeria in food recalls and

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Weekly News Scan – August 5, 2021

As Demand for Frozen Food Surges, Cold Storage Facilities Must Continue to Prioritize Safety According to Food Safety Tech, “recent events have played a role in the industry’s continued focus on safety, but so have consumer demands, as more and more people look to frozen meals, foods, and items as

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Weekly News Scan – July 29, 2021

A Holistic View “Joe Heinzelmann outlines the top five KPIs that food manufacturers should monitor to reduce overall risk” on FoodChain Magazine. “One of the key drivers for the digitization of food safety data has been the promise of risk reduction through the speed and accuracy of identifying those risks.”

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Weekly News Scan – July 22nd, 2021

BrightFarms Recalls Packaged Salad Greens for Possible Salmonella Contamination Food Dive reports “Indoor farming company BrightFarms is voluntarily recalling packaged salad greens produced at its Rochelle, Illinois, greenhouse and sold in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin due to potential salmonella contamination. The company said it issued the recall “out of

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Weekly News Scan – July 15th, 2021

An Approach To Food Security: Digital Transformation Forbes discusses the challenges of “connecting a potential buyer with a new supplier” because of the lack of a balanced view of available data. “And if the standard supply chain is disrupted it creates an effect that can see the whole chain collapse.

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