Safeguarding Future Generations
Due to the vulnerability of the target audience, manufacturers need to ensure that their products are completely safe to consume. Checking for foreign bodies before products are distributed is critical, as a shard of glass or a piece of metal could have fatal consequences. Furthermore, the long term repercussions of product contamination could be colossal.
Product inspection does not stop at contaminant detection. Manufacturers need to have confidence that every single product leaving the production line is at the specified weight, contains no presentation or packaging defects, and is correctly labeled. Advanced inspection technologies meet these needs and work to uphold brand integrity, with the additional benefit of facilitating compliance with food safety standards.
Different baby food and infant formula applications require distinct product inspection systems. Choosing the right machine to suit individual products and packaging types is crucial to ensure high levels of detection sensitivity and minimize false rejects. This white paper looks at the current marketplace and growth trends of the industry, and explores the many different inspection technologies available. By adopting a comprehensive food safety strategy for the inspection of unpackaged and packaged products, manufacturers can safeguard consumers against sub-standard products and uphold brand integrity.