All humans have a connection to agriculture through the food chain. Sensors and systems from harvest through consumption help to improve quality and safety. Added value can come through identity preservation (traceability) and associated marketing which relies on accurate trait, transport, and processing records. Post-harvest systems in developing countries are particularly in need of improvement.
Have you thought that the postings on social media can help improve food quality and safety? Scientist can use Artificial Intelligence to analyze postings and learn about your emotions, lifestyles, and purchase intentions. This is an example of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing data have been used in…READ MORE
Dennis Buckmaster, Purdue Agricultural & Biological Engineering Amanda Deering, Purdue Food Science Scott Monroe, Purdue Extension The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) necessitates some improved records of monitoring, cleaning, training, and inspections around your farm and firm. Likely you have already learned and applied valuable information from As a complement to that information, a “toolkit”…READ MORE