NZ Herald: Kiwi companies are developing and using cutting-edge technologies to ensure their food products are trusted within a discerning Chinese market where millennials are extensively researching brands before making purchases.
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greenbiz.com:Â Over the summer, more than a dozen food companies and retailers â€” including Walmart, Nestle and Tyson Foods, and motivated by tech giant IBM â€” formed aÂ consortiumÂ dedicated to using blockchain technology to gather better information on the origin and state of food.Read Article →
Stephanie Neil / Automation World: Farmers and manufacturers are turning to automation for prevention-based control throughout the supply chain. The technology will help them comply with the looming deadlines of the Food Safety Modernization Act. On a little farm in Peterborough, N.H., students are using advanced sensor instrumentation in a greenhouse growing tomatoes to collect valuable data around the taste and quality of the fruit.
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