Featured Meat & Poultry Content

  1. Mobile Printers Help Eliminate Handwritten Forms And Print On-Demand Documents
    4/17/2009

    Plunkett’s Pest Control turned to solution provider Emkat, Inc. to help automate their field service business processes with mobile handheld computers and Brother PocketJet 3 mobile printers with Bluetooth® wireless technology.

  2. COPsync Delivers Data Collection And Information Sharing Solution Using Mobile Printers
    4/17/2009

    COPsync developed a software solution for mobile data collection and real-time information sharing for law enforcement officers. As part of their solution, COPsync uses the Brother MW-260 mobile printer for printing electronic citations, criminal trespass warnings, family violence notifications, security check notifications, towed vehicle inventory sheets, and more. By Brother Mobile Solutions

  3. U.S. Food Safety: Will Food Track-And-Trace Finally Take Off?
    3/23/2009
    Some large agricultural companies have already embraced the idea of field-to-fork (or at least field-to-processing plant) traceability to limit the size of product recalls, protect brand image and, incidentally, safeguard the public. Many of these companies own or control the production or output in other countries and could, therefore, adopt a track-and-trace methodology for their local businesses without the need for local government regulation or cooperation. By Bert Moore, Editor, AIM Global
  4. Guest Column: U.S. Food Safety — Will Food Track-And-Trace Finally Take Off?
    3/23/2009
    Some large agricultural companies have already embraced the idea of field-to-fork (or at least field-to-processing plant) traceability to limit the size of product recalls, protect brand image and, incidentally, safeguard the public. Many of these companies own or control the production or output in other countries and could, therefore, adopt a track-and-trace methodology for their local businesses without the need for local government regulation or cooperation. By Bert Moore, Editor, AIM Global
  5. Package Development
    3/4/2009

    A customer is launching a new product in response to a market research study. The initial launch will be for a test market with 100,000 units produced. The packaging engineers are given a final "go" on the project with a launch date scheduled in 3 months. Their goal is to develop a package to protect the oxygen sensitive product and provide a shelf-life of 90 days. By MOCON, Inc.

  6. Case Study: Pork Processor Relies On X-Ray Inspection And Metal Detection Systems From Mettler-Toledo Safeline
    11/5/2008
    Exporting most of its product to Japan, one of the most quality-conscious markets in the world, a leading processor of boneless pork products constantly looks to maximize product quality. To assure the highest safety standards are met, they installed a PowerChekPlus x-ray inspection system on their processing line and a PowerPhasePLUS metal detector on their packaging line, both from Mettler-Toledo Safeline.
  7. Pork Processor Relies On X-Ray Inspection And Metal Detection Systems From Mettler-Toledo Safeline
    11/5/2008
    Exporting most of its product to Japan, one of the most quality-conscious markets in the world, a leading processor of boneless pork products constantly looks to maximize product quality. To assure the highest safety standards are met, they installed a PowerChekPlus x-ray inspection system on their processing line and a PowerPhasePLUS metal detector on their packaging line, both from Mettler-Toledo Safeline.
  8. Water Vapor Permeation Testing Of Ultra-Barriers: Limitations Of Current Methods And Advancements Resulting In Increased Sensitivity
    7/3/2008

    Advancements in barrier quality of certain materials have pushed the sensitivity limits of commercially available water vapor permeation equipment. Submitted by MOCON

  9. Case Study - Tyson Foods
    12/28/2007
    Tyson Foods, Inc., founded in 1935 with headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas, is the world’s largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork products. The company produces a wide variety of protein-based and prepared food products and is the recognized market leader in the retail and foodservice markets it serves. Tyson provides products and service to customers throughout the United States and more than 80 countries
  10. Case Study - Tyson Foods
    12/28/2007
    Tyson Foods, Inc., founded in 1935 with headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas, is the world’s largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork products. The company produces a wide variety of protein-based and prepared food products and is the recognized market leader in the retail and foodservice markets it serves. Tyson provides products and service to customers throughout the United States and more than 80 countries