Traceability and food safety in cold storage
Traceability in all areas of the supply chain has become increasingly important. The global food supply chain today has evolved into a tangled web as companies seek to enhance their capabilities to feed the world’s growing population. As the general population becomes more informed about the food they are eating, consumers and federal regulators require a heightened amount of information on the path the food follows from growth to consumption. Learn more about how food safety problems affect public health and the livelihoods of industries, companies and employees and how food traceability requirements are changing.
Learn more on how you can leverage traceability and serialization technology to improve the safety of your food supply chain.
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While labor recruitment is a consistent concern for the entire supply chain market, it is especially difficult for cold storage. Cold storage can be an incredibly harsh environment to work in, making it hard to find workers who are willing to spend a shift in those conditions. It’s a challenge that comes with many expensive pitfalls, including recruitment and training costs, and all for workers who might elect to move on when a new offer comes along.
Session Date: June 16th
All sessions are 12–12:30 PM EDT