Blockchain In The Food Industry: Separating Myth From Reality
Blockchain In The Food Industry: Separating Myth From Reality

Over the past year, Melanie Nuce, SVP Corporate Development at GS1 US, has worked to raise awareness of blockchain for supply chain applications. In this Q&A, Melanie draws from more than 20 years of supply chain experience to talk about what blockchain can and can't do and what that means for the future of the food industry.

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FOOD TRACEABILITY CASE STUDIES

  • Almondina® Brand Cookies Integrates New ERP Software To Streamline Complex Baking Processes
    Almondina® Brand Cookies Integrates New ERP Software To Streamline Complex Baking Processes

    Almondina® Brand Cookies was rapidly outgrowing its legacy system and in need of an integrated ERP that would help streamline complex baking processes. The biscuit manufacturer chose JustFoodERP over Syspro and other competitors in part due to the ease and usability of JustFoodERP's Microsoft Dynamics interface.

  • Stolle Machinery Unites Multiple Divisions With IFS Applications™
    Stolle Machinery Unites Multiple Divisions With IFS Applications™

    In January 2004, when aluminum giant Alcoa divested from Centennial, Colorado-based Stolle Machinery, Stolle’s management had to make some fast decisions about its enterprise application platform. Stolle Machinery designs, manufactures, and distributes equipment for the metal container industry. This equipment is used by packaging giants like Rexam and Ball, and these Stolle customers supply beverage companies like Coca-Cola and Pepsi as well as companies that can supply major food products, including SPAM®.

  • How Implementing A Modern IT System Improves Order-To-Delivery And Profits
    How Implementing A Modern IT System Improves Order-To-Delivery And Profits

    By investing in a modern, integrated business system, this company achieved a variety of efficiencies, including dramatic reductions in both finished goods inventory and lead times on customer orders.

  • Butchers Pet Care Masters Demand Driven Manufacturing
    Butchers Pet Care Masters Demand Driven Manufacturing

    Butcher’s Pet Care has implemented IFS Applications as its core ERP system. Delivered on-time and within budget, the investment provides a complete business management system with advanced forecasting and demand planning capabilities.Customer service support is also benefiting from increased visibility and seamless connectivity between sales, production and the warehouse. Read more about how Buther's Pet Care mastered the art of demand-driven manufacturing with IFS Applications.

  • Drink Manufacturer Eliminates Spreadsheets With ERP Software Integration
    Drink Manufacturer Eliminates Spreadsheets With ERP Software Integration

    For Intercontinental Brands (ICB), the days of manual recordkeeping are gone. Its investment in software applications has given it room to grow, and dispensing its spreadsheets and filing cabinets for good.

  • Food Packager Needed Help To Meet Increased Demands On Suppliers By Wholesalers
    Food Packager Needed Help To Meet Increased Demands On Suppliers By Wholesalers

    Using IFS Applications™, Globus has gone from a bespoke, manual legacy system to a sensitive automated planning tool. All business areas are now fully integrated, providing enhanced inventory control as well as service delivery capacity. The result is significant savings in time, resources and costs.

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FOOD TRACEABILITY WHITE PAPERS & ARTICLES

  • Agricultural Bioengineering And Food Manufacturing: Navigating The Regulatory Terrain
    Agricultural Bioengineering And Food Manufacturing: Navigating The Regulatory Terrain

    Advances in gene editing are disrupting agribusiness, but what are these advances? How are they regulated? And what’s to come for? In a regulatory landscape that is often overlapping and frequently subject to change, this article is designed to help navigate the complicated terrain.

  • The Importance Of Training Your Frontline Restaurant Workers
    The Importance Of Training Your Frontline Restaurant Workers

    This report draws on newly published research from the Center for Research and Public Policy, and other sources, that reinforce the position that investing in frontline worker engagement and performance makes business sense. Just as importantly, this report presents ideas for maximizing the return on such an investment.

  • Results From The 2017 Global Food Safety Training Survey
    Results From The 2017 Global Food Safety Training Survey

    The annual Global Food Safety Training Survey is an industry benchmarking tool for companies to assess their food safety training programs compared to their industry peers. Alchemy Systems and its research partners have conducted the survey for five consecutive years. This year, over 1,400 food safety professionals in 20 food industry sectors from across the globe responded to the survey.

  • The Food Manufacturer - Retailer Collaboration Adding Supply Chain Flexibility
    The Food Manufacturer - Retailer Collaboration Adding Supply Chain Flexibility

    Facing unprecedented pressures to keep up with e-commerce growth and demand, the retail grocery industry is focusing on accelerating the flexibility of supply chains. This column details one of the food industry's efforts to modernize the supply chain and eliminate outdated business processes that add unnecessary time and cost.

  • How Artificial Intelligence And Big Data Are Bolstering Food Safety
    How Artificial Intelligence And Big Data Are Bolstering Food Safety

    We're all familiar with China's past food safety issue with infant formula. But, past food safety events have taught many lessons for China, as well as the rest of the world. This article will detail some recent legislation that has led to advancements in food safety alerts, including liability insurance, and how artificial intelligence is helping shape the future of food safety.

  • GTINs, Barcodes, And Blockchain: What’s The Future Of Food Traceability?
    GTINs, Barcodes, And Blockchain: What’s The Future Of Food Traceability?

    Food manufacturers are working to improve traceability programs and minimize the impact of food recalls, driven in part by FSMA, cost savings, and brand protection. Boosted by the capabilities of today’s technology, such as Blockchain, the industry is moving closer than ever before to swift and precise recalls.

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FOOD TRACEABILITY PRODUCTS

ERP Software For Seafood Processing ERP Software For Seafood Processing

JustFood ERP software for seafood has been designed to help companies operate efficiently, comply with seafood safety regulations and grow their business. JustFood seafood customers are able to account for variable weight, set up safety audits and integrate pay grade rates into their purchasing module.

Apprise® ERP Software Apprise® ERP Software

Apprise ERP is designed to meet the needs of importers and distributors of consumer products. Apprise ERP includes tools and features that help retail suppliers manage and improve business-wide processes.

FoodLogiQ Connect: Cloud-Based Food Supply Chain Solution FoodLogiQ Connect: Cloud-Based Food Supply Chain Solution

FoodLogiQ Connect is the leading software as a service food traceability solution that provides transparency & engagement across your entire food network.

LMS Training and Solutions for Food Manufacturers LMS Training and Solutions for Food Manufacturers

Alchemy offers distinct LMS (learning management system) platforms tailored to meet the unique challenges of your industry.

Factory MES Software Solutions: Food And Beverage Factory MES Software Solutions: Food And Beverage

For process and discrete manufacturers in the food & beverage, consumer packaged goods pharmaceutical, metals and industrial manufacturing industries with either single or multi-plant operations, Factory MES provides out of the box capabilities to: monitor shop floor data in real-time, allowing operators to act immediately to improve and become accountable for their individual and team performance; Paperless Quality and SPC to improve product quality and reduce waste/giveaway, and structured reviews to drive action and focus improvement efforts.

Compliance Solutions for Food Manufacturers Compliance Solutions for Food Manufacturers

Take the Pain Out of Audit Prep
Staying audit-ready is critical for compliance. Today’s top safety training challenges include scheduling time for training and verifying that effective training occurred.

 

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