Enabling Technologies for the Food Industry
The modern food industry seeks to meet the needs of a colossal different market and must legally respond with a nutritional addition. This means that companies in this type of industry must obtain better quality products, maintaining prices and food safety. Therefore, technology must be an ally to make your processes more efficient.
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From the execution of the different production phases, either in continuous processes or in batches.
Of batches and traceability of raw materials, whether packaged or in bulk. From reception to packaging, going through all the phases of mixing or transformation.
Of recipes and production formulas, including lists of materials, process sequences, setpoint values for the different process variables.
Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG)
Manufacturers of consumer packaged goods are facing margin pressure and need to improve the equipment uptime, line production and quality. Bottlenecks need to be avoided in the packaging process and improve performance. The different segments of the consumer goods sector (CPG) have their own challenges and needs, including maintaining consistency, operating efficiently, reduce waste, improve quality and offer mobile applications.
Oils, Sugar and Biofuels
For this sector, it is essential to comply with food safety regulations while monitoring complete information on the origin of the products. This sector requires a solution designed to collect data on quality through manual inspection procedures or direct samples from automated equipment in factories or of control systems. The biofuels sector faces various social and environmental problems, in addition to from the expectation of responding quickly to commodity prices.
Bakery, Pastry and Cereal Products
Manufacturers of bakery and pastry products have to comply with food safety standards when while they fully track the origin of the products. This sector requires a solution designed to collect quality data through manual inspection procedures or direct samples from automated equipment in factories or control systems. Allergen and contamination concerns cross-fertilization require strict processes and controls throughout the value chain of cereals and bakery products.