March/April 2022

Digital test technology can be fitted to bulk, gravity, pipeline and conveyor style metal detectors.

Food safety gets smarter

Driven by ever-strict safety regulations and the need for traceability across the supply chain, food manufacturers are increasingly turning to inspection solutions with improved precision and greater digital capabilities.

How supply chain issues are affecting bagged salad producer

Between COVID-19-related labor challenges, inflation and rising costs, and the recent trucker protests, which blocked major trade routes between Canada and the U.S., food processors have had a tough go as of late. 

Labor shortages at root of shipping, trucking mandates further issues

On Jan. 6, 2022, there were a record 105 shipping vessels anchored or loitering off the coast of Southern California waiting for openings to dock at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles.

Potato chip makers finding new ways to utilize starch, cut down on waste

Potatoes, one of the most processed vegetables in the world, emit starch when cooked. When processing a vast amount, all that starch has to go somewhere.

Pure Green Farms facility in South Bend, Indiana

Pure Green Farms takes indoor-outdoor approach to leafy greens

Another year passes, and with it, a steady stream of news about greenhouses and other controlled environment agriculture (CEA) operations opening in the East.

Shrink wrap bags help keep food fresh, protected

Do you want to keep your food fresh and protected? If so, shrink wrap bags are a great solution.

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