Implementing blockchain technology in food production reduces intermediaries, ensuring accuracy of data and transparency of interactions.
Following on from recent contamination and tampering incidents, an updated version of the Guidelines for Fresh Produce Food Safety has been released by FPSC A-NZ.
SAI Global has highlighted that safety failures in the food supply chain can have serious, potentially life-threatening consequences, and says that more needs to be done to protect consumers.
Sterling Systems & Controls' Affordable Batching Controller is a semiautomatic batching system that provides automated operator instructions/prompting, ingredient validation and lot tracking, and automatic weighing with over/under tolerance control.
Australia's fresh food supply chain has limitations; Pollen Consulting Group CEO discusses why it is easier to find his desired cream cake in the UK.
The electronic smart packaging market is expected to reach $1.8 billion in 2029, and almost 39 billion packages sold may be enhanced by an electronic feature, according to IDTechEx research.
The agricultural industry could save an estimated $70 million per year in transport costs by switching from roads to Inland Rail, according to CSIRO research.
Ivan Imparato has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) and will continue to work towards the board's strategy to bring professionalisation to the supply chain domain in Australasia.
The top eight technology solutions that a company in the food and beverage industry should know about.
Insights into mango growers, packers, logistics providers and retailers will follow as sensors and blockchain technology are used to monitor mangoes.
Simple, scalable wireless system uses the RFID tags on billions of products to sense contamination.
Companies may be able to determine their vulnerability to major supply chain disruptions thanks to a new analytic measure developed by A*STAR researchers.
Tetra Pak Plant Secure is a plant management service that delivers profitability improvements for customers.
Using the IBM Food Trust solution, food can be traced from grower to consumer, enabling a more transparent and collaborative supply chain.
A strategic alliance between TruTag Technologies and PwC Australia will see TruTag's 'edible barcode' technology incorporated as part of the PwC Food Trust initiative.