One of the current challenges for a dairy’s production manager is the increasingly small batch sizes of products during the...
Author: Roland Sossna
Food scandals and production errors by food manufacturers are prompting the dairy industry to strengthen protections in their supply chains. Always in the public spotlight, the dairy industry faces significant competitive pressure as well consumers’ demands for safety and transparency. These factors make it essential for this industry to achieve reliable supply chain management to ensure transparency, efficiency, control and safety.
Automated production with the use of robots is mainly associated with the automotive industry. Today, such modern technologies are emerging in a growing number of industries, including the food and consumer goods industry. In 2018, the food sector had one of the strongest year over year growth rates with around 32 percent of all newly installed robots.
Everyone knows that milk and dairy products provide the ideal breeding ground for microorganisms. As such, the processing of milk is subject to extremely strict hygiene requirements.
Throughout Europe and to some extent throughout the world, dairies and cheese factories are in desperate need of apprentice dairy technologists and qualified experts to fill managerial positions.
Striving to achieve climate-neutral operations is not a new endeavor. Many companies from an extremely wide range of different sectors started taking action toward this goal a long time ago. In fact, some businesses in the food and dairy industry, and the supply sector can already claim to be climate neutral.
Despite their sales levels showing a downward trend, yogurt and pudding products still enjoy a significant share of the German dairy products market.
The “good old days” – they are definitely a thing of the past. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether...
The summer drought of 2018 served as a poignant reminder of just how dependent the economy is on transport. We all can recall the headlines that warned us about the rapidly approaching shortage of beverages