Weekly News Scan – December 21, 2020

Pandemic-Fueled Embrace of E-Commerce will Accelerate Digital Transformation Beyond Basics in 2021

Food Safety Navigator reports “while e-commerce may be the posterchild for how the pandemic accelerated technology in the food and beverage space in 2020, it is just the tip of the iceberg as activation and adoption of tech-enabled solutions continue to gain importance in 2021, experts predict.”

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To Avoid Pathogens, Avoid Raw Meat, Eggs, Egg Nog, And Flour This Holiday Season

Food Safety News discusses a holiday tradition that may not be safe to continue. A Wisconsin holiday sandwich called “Tiger Meat” or “Cannibal Sandwiches” are being questioned. “This tradition is an appetizer of raw, lean ground beef served on bread with sliced onions, salt and pepper. It is also known as “tiger meat,” “steak tartare,” or  ‘raw beef and onions.’” But this year, “the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WDHS) is urging people to pass on this tradition.” 

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