With a global supply chain that long-ago outpaced the ability of traditional methods to track and document traceability and authenticity, as well as a sophisticated criminal network that specializes in discovering new methods to avoid detection of its food adulteration activities, the toolkit of Industry 4.0 is set to revolutionize the way we manage food integrity. The next generation of food integrity innovation will rest on the integration of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), HARPC (Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls), and FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) with technology solutions like IoT (Internet of Things), machine learning, and blockchain, as well as with scientific methods such as spectroscopy and electronic sensors.
In the new Intelex Insight Report Innovation in Food Safety and Quality: An Industry 4.0 Look at Food Integrity, you'll learn about the following:
How food integrity tools like HARPC and HACCP, as well as quality tools like FMEA, intersect with Industry 4.0 approaches
How cutting-edge analytical techniques can analyze food samples to ensure their authenticity, and
How data-driven technology and machine-learning are revolutionizing process verification, traceability, and food integrity.