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By Food and Beverages | Friday, November 22, 2019

The food industry is now getting acquainted with the Internet of Things (IoT). With a wide array of remarkable applications of IoT, the food processors, suppliers, and retailers are exposed to great opportunities for operational as well as financial augmentation in their food business.

Fremont, CA: Every functional part of the food industry is significantly getting better by the integration of IoT. For example, IoT helps the food companies ensure higher levels of traceability, food safety, and accountability throughout the farm-to-plate supply chain operations. The IoT network in the food supply chain primarily helps trim down costs, waste, and risks as well, in every stage of the procedure.

Better Food Safety

The risk of food illness epidemic has been diminished considerably with the implementation of the IoT in the food industry. Numerous types of sensors are being used to monitor critical production state, shipping time, and, most importantly, temperature. The use of real-time temperature tracking sensors helps businesses to efficiently supervise food safety data points, making sure of effective cold chain management.Food Processing and Packaging

Logistics

The distribution chain can be monitored all along with the storage and shipping course with the help of RFID transmitters and GPS systems at the sales points or stores. This also enables companies to be acquainted with the customers' preferences, respond better to market requirements, and decrease surpluses.

Supply Chain Transparency

Consumers or buyers expect clarity from the agencies that they purchase from. By having transparency and traceability in the entire global supply chain, it will be easier for the food agencies to succeed in business by gaining customer loyalty and trust. IoT technology makes it very convenient for consumers as well as companies to track products even if the domestic and international regulations can augment the intricacy of the global food supply chain.

Production and Storage

Sensors can help leverage real-time analysis for production as well as perk up quality control, worker activities, and product tracking. The color and specs are regularly inspected throughout flour production by the sensors, which help improve instantly if there may be any inaccuracy.

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