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Karen Klansek has an expression she likes to use when it comes to manpower versus automation in her role as manager of supply chain quality assurance at Pinnacle Foods: “For so long as we require humans to do the work, we will manage humanity.”
Despite the efficiencies that automation and technology bring, Klansek says she never loses sight of the fact that human nature plays an important role in her behind-the-scenes world.[…] Continue Reading »
Judy Spires has an undeniable passion for food. Getting her start at a young age, initially for college money, Spires quickly rose in the ranks of the food retailing world, acting as president of three different companies before becoming CEO of Angelo Gordon Supermarket Holdings, where she is currently working on enhancing all 25 locations and refreshing its Kings Food Markets brand.[…] Continue Reading »
As the holiday season approaches, food banks will see a huge uptick in donations of canned goods and other foods. Generous donations at this time of year help needy families put food on their holiday table, but hunger is a daily problem for the 49 million Americans who live in food-insecure households, according to government data.[…] Continue Reading »
It’s one thing to have a corporate food safety program but entirely another to make sure the executive suite is aware of its importance and the rest of the company buys into a food safety culture, experts said at the 2014 Food Safety Summit.
Food safety programs must be well-funded, integrated in all systems and departments, and receive support starting at the CEO level.[…] Continue Reading »