FREMONT, CA: The industry of food and beverage is going digital. Almost every process, infrastructure, and service pertaining to this particular industry is computerized with the magic of technology. It is not only about optimizing the operational ecosystem of the food business as technology shows its full potential in crafting a newer use case for monitoring the amounts of food served, in order to track its wastage.
Can technology really reduce the amount of food in the commercial landscape? Can food sellers track food with the help of digital means? Can technology help stakeholders and businesses unlock greater levels of profits? Today, the digital space of practical applications holds the answer to all the questions. Sources say that a global research report states that, all across the world, the food industry has to face a cost of around $1 trillion as a result of losses and wastages in food.
Food businesses across the globe are now being experimenting with a wide range of technologies and their offerings. The progress that the field of biotechnology has made is immensely helping the realm of food storage. The recent applications of biotechnology, such as the use of highly novelized biosensors, optimize the process of food storage by sensing the vital parameters of the food. The sensed data is forwarded to the managers of the food businesses in order to provide practical insights into the freshness of the food, the condition pertaining to the spoilage value, the vulnerability of the food, and more.
An increased number of food selling companies are now looking to leverage a range of monitoring technologies at both the back and front end of the business operations to track the amount of food that is prepared, served, sold through take away schemes and home deliveries, and the remaining. The process is combined with data analytics solutions to gain insights into a suitable amount of food to be prepared based on previous orders.