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No man or woman, and no department or job title, can function as an island in today’s competitive food and beverage manufacturing environment.
“Terabytes of data are spinning on our servers,” Dex Dutson, process control manager with ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston told attendees at ARC Advisory Group’s World Industry Forum held in Orlando in February.
Is your operation getting the most out of its continuous improvement efforts?
When your packaging line seems to be down half the time—or when operating, it seems to be inefficient—it’s time to take a closer look.
Operations with real-time visibility of quality metrics outperform those that don’t.
Like motherhood and love of country, continuous improvement is a concept that demands support. None dare speak against it; all are obliged to sing its praises.
At any level, process control will not only improve food quality, but also enhance food safety.
On Demand Manufacturers face stiff headwinds and to battle the storm they need more effective development methods for operational excellence programs like OEE.
Images from Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo in Naples, Florida, April 14-17, 2013.
The Food Defense Strategy Exchange (FDSE) is a forum for food defense professionals to interact and share their knowledge and experiences. At the most recent FDSE, a poll of attendees revealed that approximately two-thirds were either re-evaluating their existing food defense plan, or implementing new food defense plans. In this podcast, Don Hsieh, Director of Commercial and Industrial Marketing at Tyco Integrated Security, discusses this topic and other findings from the exchange, and offers some best practices to proactively protect a company’s brand from food adulteration.
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