Pass your next health inspection without relying on limited, overworked staff for logging A key component of any quality assurance program is regular, disciplined monitoring and logging of critical control points. This is especially important when it comes to food safety inspections in the restaurant, catering, or institutional food service business. Keeping a vigilant eye
COVID Outbreaks Keep Hitting Meat and Poultry Processing Plants. Remote Sensor Networks Can Help Protect Workers.
Since the start of the COVID pandemic, the protein processing industry has been hit hard and often by outbreaks of the virus among workers. So far, more than 50,000 U.S.-based meat and poultry production employees have been infected and more than 200 lives have been lost. To address the problem, public health officials and meat
As coronavirus vaccine campaigns expand and more vaccines prepare to come to market, the cold chain has been getting a lot of attention, not just in manufacturing and transportation trade media but in mass media outlets like CNN and The New York Times. An unbroken cold chain for other vaccines and pharmaceutical products has always
Controlling costs is always important for farmers, their restaurant customers and the companies that haul the goods from farm to customer. During a recession, finding ways to avoid product losses in transit is even more important to the bottom line. One costly problem that consistently affects these industries is food waste caused by damage in
Pharmaceutical innovation is one of the keys to a better quality of life for people around the world, and researchers are developing new, more effective treatments for many conditions faster than ever. In May 2019, the global market for vaccines was projected to reach $59 billion in 2020, nearly doubling the size of the market
How’s hiring going for your business? If you’re struggling to find workers to fill open jobs or support your growth plans, you’re not alone. Right now, there are close to 500,000 vacant jobs in the industry, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. NAM says by 2028, manufacturers in the U.S. will need workers for