European food manufacturers did nothing so dreadful when they sold horse as beef in burgers and lasagne. Horsemeat is not dangerous and had been a part of a lot of Italian and Chinese gourmets. Yum Brands, owner of KFC restaurants, the largest chain in China by sales, found this to be true that the chicken…… Continue reading Do you know what you eat? Transparency for consumers is an attractive rallying-cry.
“Well, now we know what not to do.” After decades of rising sales and high popularity, makers and sellers of processed food are under pressure. Stringent regulations, negative media campaigns, declining popularity, shrinking margins and consolidation are the trending words in the food processing industry. American market share of food and beverage producers (Source: Credit Suisse…… Continue reading Well, now we know what not to do. Makers and sellers of processed food are under pressure
When it comes to business, food processing seems to be an obvious choice for most of the entrepreneurs. There could be a considerable number of reasons for this apparent choice. Some of the prominent ones could be: Our exposure to a range of food available in our vicinity and our food consumption habits.Media speaks a…… Continue reading Business Failures – Investigating 10 major reasons of failure in food processing
Food recalls are a series of corrective actions that remove potentially unsafe products from the distribution channel, store shelves and consumers’ kitchen to prevent public health. The priority of food manufacturers and processors is to produce food economically and efficiently, they do have strong reasons to produce safe food. Losses due to lost revenue in…… Continue reading Food Recall – Managing crisis without losing credibility?