Tag Archives: Meat

Economics of Traceability

Food Safety News reported that we have by now 630 cases of Cyclospora infections in 22 states in a little over 2 months and the source of the outbreak has not been located yet with certainty. In addition, we had … Continue reading

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Anything is possible, just imagine it!

I just finished the book “Imagine” by Jonah Lehrer during my vacation. It describes the mechanisms that help us imagining the most innovative ideas in the areas of music to consumer products. It describes how imagination leads to a more … Continue reading

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Setting up Bill of Materials for the first time

I got two interesting phone conversations about setting up and managing Bill-of-Materials (BOM’s) this week. One conversation was with a prospect, that set up their BOM’s seven years ago voicing some regrets on how he approached it, the other one … Continue reading

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New Technology for meat processors

I was surprised by the recent number of innovations and changes that came out AFTER IFFA was over. Of course, a trade show like that triggers a lot of innovation. But some things where launched independent of the trade show. … Continue reading

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IFFA – What a show!

I don’t know what it is with these European Trade Shows, but I must tell you that I made more and better North American contacts at IFFA than any other major show in North America. Makes you wonder why that … Continue reading

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