Improved Food Safety

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Offline Kamrul Hasan Bhuiyan

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Improved Food Safety
« on: May 30, 2019, 04:22:26 PM »
1) Improved Food Safety
The 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), put into place by the Food and Drug Administration of the United States, has acted as a catalyst for global change in the food industry. A major overhaul of the US food safety regulations, this law makes the FDA’s role more proactive: focusing on food safety through prevention instead of just reacting to an food contamination issue after it arises.

As a result, the F&B industry is paying more attention to food safety. In this context, food and beverage solutions enabled by IoT help companies in remaining flexible while proving the best top of the line products and complying with FSMA regulations:

Different kind of monitoring sensors, including temperature and humidity sensors are being used to monitor necessary production state, shipping time, and to monitor temperature in containers to ensure that food products are stored in a suitable environment.The utilization of real-time temperature tracking sensors allows organizations to closely monitor food safety data points, assuring active cold chain management.This triggers staff to perform and verify mandatory food safety inspections when data gathered from sensors advice potential issues or violations.Currently, in the packaging industry, food packaging has been tagged with sensors and linked to a supply-chain-wide network. It helps investigators with the trace-and-track process and significantly reduces the time and effort involved in it.