Manufacturing

Smart glasses to revolutionise hygiene audits

Food hygiene audits could be revolutionised by smart glasses

Wearable wireless technology – specifically, smart glasses with inbuilt video cameras – is set to revolutionise the way food hygiene audits and training is carried out, according to the boss of an international auditing company.

A 'manufacturing error' forced a recall of Tesco linguine

Tesco blames ‘manufacturing error’ for recall

Shellfish and seaweed could be farmed in the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

Aquaculture potential for tidal lagoon

Claire Perry MP joined Real Good Food’s Pieter Totté and the Haydens executive team to mark the investment. Photo credit: Vicky Scipio, Wiltshire Gazette and Herald

Haydens Bakery launches multi-million pound investment

Robotics and digital technologies will be transformational for the sector

Food and drink sectors face a ‘perfect technological storm’

New robotics research aims to replace labour-intensive industrial food preparation operations

Robotics in food manufacture gets government boost

An ammonia leak at Birds Eye’s Lowestoft factory was attended by crews from Suffolk Fire and Rescue

Fire crews called to Birds Eye gas leak

Bakkavor's new water treatment plant was opened by the mayor of Boston Stephen Woodliffe (centre)

Bakkavor opens multi-million pound water plant

Robotics will create more skilled food industry jobs, claims the FDF

Robots will create rather than destroy food jobs

Internet of Things prepares for Internet of Things

Forget tomorrow, the future is already here

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