How Tech Innovations are Propelling Food Industry to New Heights

Dr Prashant Sahni, Assistant Professor (Food Technology), College of Dairy & Food Technology, Agriculture University, Jodhpur

In the ever-evolving realm of food processing, the transition from traditional methods to cutting-edge innovations has become a defining narrative, reshaping the very landscape upon which this industry stands. The journey from hands-on craftsmanship to an era dominated by advanced technologies has not only streamlined production but has also opened doors to unprecedented possibilities. With the advent of lean manufacturing, food industries can continuously strive to become more competent by eliminating waste and optimising efficiency in the production process. The integration of technology into lean manufacturing practices has become a pivotal strategy for the food industry, marking a paradigm shift in how production processes are optimised for efficiency, quality and waste reduction. Let’s explore further.

Apart from improvement in the efficiency of processes, the adoption of various technological innovations in the food industry has become instrumental in driving growth for meeting the evolving demands of consumers. Every day we come across numerous buzzwords when it comes to processed food products and even the way the food is being manufactured. Even while scrolling the small screens of our smartphones, we come across various terms and hashtags like ‘Artificial Intelligence’, ‘3D Food Printing’, ‘Plant Proteins, ‘Cold Pressed’, ‘Cultured Meat’, ‘Edible Packaging’ and What Not! Food companies have witnessed advancements in the various diverse facets ranging from the way food is being manufactured to curating the overall gastronomy experience for reaching wider demographics to allow better market penetration for propelling the food industries to new heights.

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