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With the rise of globalisation, social media, and an increasingly energised citizenry, the pressure on the food network to close the loop and offer clear and sustainable choices has never been greater.

With the rise of globalisation, social media, and an increasingly energised citizenry, the pressure on the food network to close the loop and offer clear and sustainable choices has never been greater.

Read more: Supply Chain Management and an Evolving Food Industry

With the rise of globalisation, social media, and an increasingly energised citizenry, the pressure on the food network to close the loop and offer clear and sustainable choices has never been greater.

With the rise of globalisation, social media, and an increasingly energised citizenry, the pressure on the food network to close the loop and offer clear and sustainable choices has never been greater.

Read more: Closing the Loop: Building Your Sustainability Journey

It’s a question that’s being asked across all industries - are we truly going to be able to use data to solve emerging global challenges and find new, better and more efficient ways of doing things? I believe the answer is a definite ‘yes’. In the pest control industry for example, it’s abundantly clear to me that every day brings more data to enrich our insight and more opportunity to act decisively.

It’s a question that’s being asked across all industries - are we truly going to be able to use data to solve emerging global challenges and find new, better and more efficient ways of doing things? I believe the answer is a definite ‘yes’. In the pest control industry for example, it’s abundantly clear to me that every day brings more data to enrich our insight and more opportunity to act decisively.

Read more: Pest Challenges Are Evolving Fast – But With Data and Insight We Have the Opportunity to Stay One...

Experts predict that by the mid-century there will be close to 10 billion people on the planet. That means that there will be a need for additional food to accommodate this growing population. Additionally, global megatrends such as climate change, economic and population growth and urbanisation are all changing the way we eat and think about food.

Experts predict that by the mid-century there will be close to 10 billion people on the planet. That means that there will be a need for additional food to accommodate this growing population. Additionally, global megatrends such as climate change, economic and population growth and urbanisation are all changing the way we eat and think about food.

Read more: How to Keep Our Food Supply Safe in a Hotter, Drier and More Crowded World

As food safety challenges intensify worldwide, global traceability is needed more than ever. Today’s traceability systems must be interoperable and scalable, providing all stakeholders in the food supply chain with an easy way to collaborate and share information. GS1 standards provide the needed framework for global visibility of food products as they travel from grower to consumer.

As food safety challenges intensify worldwide, global traceability is needed more than ever. Today’s traceability systems must be interoperable and scalable, providing all stakeholders in the food supply chain with an easy way to collaborate and share information. GS1 standards provide the needed framework for global visibility of food products as they travel from grower to consumer.

Read more: Traceability Provides the Trusted Foundation for Global Food Safety

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