The adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) Sensing-as-a-Service is opening new pathways to business resilience for food companies competing in a volatile...Read More
In the United States alone, the FDA estimates that 30%–40% of the food supply is wasted. That’s approximately 35 million tons annually. Or on a more human scale, that’s 219 pounds of waste per person each year.With record-high inflation rates increasing the potential for an economic recession, today’s consumers simply can’t afford to discard one-third of the food they purchase. Considering that global food prices...
The COVID-19 crisis has radically altered the largest global retail category, food and beverage, and the post-pandemic market may very well prove to be the historic tipping point in the digital transformation of the grocery sector.
This post is the second in our series about how grocers are dealing with the legacy of COVID-19 in a post-pandemic market. In this post, we look at the issue of sustainability, and how consumers and business remain committed to their goals.
This post is the first in a series of three that look at how the grocery sector is dealing with the legacy of COVID-19 in a post-pandemic market. In this first post, we focus on the broken supply chain and see how the public sector is trying to fix it, in large part by recommending digital technologies.
In the second post, we survey how grocers are committed to sustainability goals despite the ongoing challenges of...
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