White Papers

  1. It’s Time To End Food Waste

    The amount of food we waste every year equals to 9 billion fish, 1 trillion bags of potatoes, 75 million cows, 574 billion eggs, 763 billion boxes of pasta, 3.7 trillion apples and enough olive oil to fill 11,000 Olympic size pools. The world needs to produce in the next 40 years the equivalent of all of the food produced in the last 10,000 years.”

  2. Radiation Safety: How To Ensure Full Regulatory Compliance

    This white paper explains what ionizing radiation is and puts radiation doses into context, before looking at how safety regulations differ between countries and states. The paper goes on to explain that modern x-ray systems are built to protect users from the effects of radiation, and how x-ray equipment suppliers can support companies with radiation safety and regulatory compliance.

  3. Intelligent Demand Planning For Food And Beverage Manufacturers

    The food and beverage industry relies heavily on a resilient supply chain with intelligent demand planning capabilities. Is your supply chain prepared for what’s next?

  4. Labeling Inspection And Validation in A Time Of Compliance

    Labeling is more than just the printing of a product’s description, ingredients, and lot codes – it’s an important component of regulatory compliance. Mislabeling can lead to financial and legal repercussions as a result of regulatory actions, but potentially even more impactful, regulatory non-compliance in the food and beverage industry can have a major impact on a product’s brand reputation. In an age where building and growing customer confidence is the key, every step in the production process must be monitored and executed with precision. Therefore, automated solutions for labeling are critical tools in ensuring regulatory compliance, quality assurance and brand integrity.

  5. A Complete Guide To Metal Detection Systems For F&B Manufacturers

    Foreign body management systems have become increasingly important in the food industry. This article will provides all the "must-know" info about metal detectors in food manufacturing.

  6. Why Multiscanning Technology Improves Metal Detection And Food Safety

    Metal detectors in food processing have always had limitations. But, the technology is evolving and making food safer. This white paper offers guidance to help achieve 100 percent metal-free products.

  7. How To Optimize Clean-In-Place (CIP) Processes In Food And Beverage Operations

    Existing clean-in-place (CIP) processes are time intensive and waste large amounts of energy, water, and chemicals. New innovations in CIP technology allow plant operators to cut costs in an earth-friendly manner while still conforming to regulatory safety standards. This paper explains how new CIP technologies can improve production efficiency by at least 20% while enhancing the ability to track consumption activity throughout the various steps of the cleaning cycle.

  8. Real-Time Technology Enables Business Transformation And HACCP Analysis

    Workflow management technology can replace paper-based standard operating procedures, delivering an electronic system of record that embeds all manufacturing rules and escalation processes.

  9. Smart Facility Automation Solutions To Ensure Regulatory Compliance

    This white paper demonstrates how an integrated facility automation system helps attain and maintain compliance with FDA regulations regarding electronic recordkeeping and records management.

  10. 7 Ways Digital Data Recording Benefits Food And Beverage Manufacturers

    Recording and reporting are essential in meeting parameters for F&B processes, but can also provide other benefits. Here are seven benefits of digital recording and advice for evaluating solutions.