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Blockchain is a digital ledger of transactions that some companies are using to track everything from financial transactions to food production. To help dairy foods companies understand the blockchain technology, IDFA will be joined by Frank Yiannas, vice president of food safety for Walmart, to offer a webinar to its members. Yiannas will discuss blockchain applications that will help to increase transparency for customers, while boosting efficiency for companies and enhancing food safety efforts at every level.
The course was developed by IDFA and Chestnut Labs to provide skills and tools for dairy plant professionals with responsibility for ensuring food safety including those working in quality assurance and control, sanitation, maintenance, operations and more. The lab setting lets participants see how the learning objectives are put into practice, making this a unique education experience. The course offers participants the opportunity for growth within their companies and their fields.
The trade show partners of ProFood Tech – PACK EXPO, Anuga and IDFA – met at Dairy Forum to review the inaugural 2017 show, discuss progress for the 2019 show and invite feedback from IDFA members and other industry stakeholders. Neil Moran, IDFA senior vice president, outlined several keys to success for ProFood Tech 2019, starting with integrating the program sessions into the trade show floor to make them more accessible. The sessions will be brief, cover hot topics and engage attendees with an interactive format. “Driving success and growth for attendees and exhibitors is the goal for 2019,” Moran said.
Visit www.profoodtech.com to learn more and reserve booth space.
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