Kroger is paving the future for grocery shoppers through innovative, practical applications of machine learning, robotic process automation, and data analytics. The fact that a 125-year-old grocery chain based in Cincinnati, Ohio is helping lead the way may elicit raised eyebrows from industry outsiders, but grocery geeks should not be surprised.
Smithfield Foods produces almost 19 million hogs per year as part of their business model which sells over 8 billion pounds of processed meat. As climate change impacts the costs of many of their production inputs, are they positioned to survive?
Is “sustainable beef” an oxymoron? The world’s largest beef producer claims they’re working on it – but will it be enough?
Animal agriculture is not only one of the biggest contributors to climate change, but also potentially one of its biggest victims.
Kellogg is adapting its global supply chain to adapt to and mediate its contribution to climate change.
Consumers are increasing their demands for transparency in the food they eat, and digitalization trends are poised to deliver the solutions.
Cargill recently announced that it was piloting the use of blockchain in its supply chain. The question remains, is this a gimmick aimed at driving publicity or the start of the next digital revolution in agribusiness?
Pinnacle Foods reaches 85% of American households. But its brands’ raw materials – agricultural products – are at risk due to climate change. What is the company doing to address this existential threat?
Chocolate prices are rising… How is one company saving our most beloved treat AND combating climate change?
Impossible Foods is an innovative food tech company aiming to replace meat with plant-based alternatives. Their goal is to create 100% plant-based ingredients to make a burger patty that looks, cooks and tastes like ground beef. Alternatives to meat products […]