phone Sales  678.346.0380

ComplianceMate Blog

Business intelligence analyst dashboard on virtual screen. Big data Graphs Charts.

Big Data and IoT Are Food Safety Game-Changers

The World Health Organization estimates that foodborne illness occurs in 600 million people, and is fatal to 420,000 people worldwide each day.1  These statistics alone make the ability to take measures to prevent, detect, and mitigate food safety risks a top priority throughout the supply chain. Both IoT and big data are proving their effectiveness in ensuring food safety.

Senior couple eating meal and talking in retirement home

Ensuring Food Safety in Assisted Living Facilities

The majority of the millions of people in assisted living facilities are adults 65 years of age or older.1 In addition to the medical care and living assistance these facilities provide, the major service they offer is healthy, dietary appropriate meals for the seniors. This age group is at a significantly increased risk of contracting foodborne illness, which for them can be fatal.

Young African male agroengineer in workwear looking at green spinach seedlings

2024 Food Safety Monitoring Predictions

Food safety assurance through proper handling practices and temperature monitoring is more important than ever, which is something underscored by the new food traceability rule from the FDA announced in March 2023.

AI with young man in the night

How AI Is Changing Food & Product Safety Across Industries

AI is experiencing a surge in popularity. More research and investment is going into AI than ever before and all industries are being transformed by this technology. Here’s how food safety is changing across the industry and how it could affect you.

Artificial intelligence AI circuit board in shape electronic PCB circuit icon symbol on businessman hand finger touching with cyberpunk neon cyberspace lighting.

Artificial Intelligence & Food Safety

Artificial intelligence seems to be everywhere these days. With so many claims about its ability to solve a wide variety of issues, it was inevitable that the technology would be considered for the purposes of maintaining food safety. Is this a realistic idea and, if so, how close are we to using AI in the food system?

food safety management

The Danger Zone: a Guide to Safe Food Temperatures

Cooking food to the required minimum food safety temperature is an absolute must to eliminate potentially dangerous bacteria. Additionally, monitoring holding temperatures helps ensure that your foodservice business maintains regulatory compliance.

See more
1 2 3 4 5