Welcome to FOOD ENGINEERING Podcast page. FE’s podcast channel provides you with exclusive and engaging industry coverage in an audio format. Recordings have been selected to keep food manufacturing and operations professionals up-to-date and informed.
A&Es look at labor, supply chain and alternate protein
FOOD ENGINEERING’s Senior Technical Editor Wayne Labs discusses labor and supply chain issues plus the rise of vertical farming and alternate protein facilities with Tyler Cundiff, president, Food & Beverage Group at Gray, Inc. and David Ziskind, director of engineering for global engineering firm Black & Veatch’s NextGen Ag team.
Alternative Protein Packaging and Sustainability
FOOD ENGINEERING’s Senior Editor, Sharon Spielman, sits down with Marcos Leta, founder of plant-based meat brand Future Farm, to discuss how alternative protein food processors can select and implement packaging for their products as well as overcome challenges they face in the market.
All things (TOMRA) Food with Michel Picandet
Michel Picandet, Head of TOMRA Food, touches on topics like food safety and transformation. He talks about his daily routine, favorite dishes, and what he learned in China. But most of all: he gives you a unique insight into the mission he sees for TOMRA Food in the world around us. Be inspired and inspire in return!
SPONSORED BY: TOMRA Food
Tyson’s Case for Case-Ready Meats
On this episode of the FOOD ENGINEERING Podcast, Tyson’s Nate Hodne and Brady Welu detail the company’s latest and largest case-ready meats facility in Eagle Mountain, Utah, and how the plant efficiently addresses demand for case-ready beef and pork through cutting-edge automation, engineering and design.
The Details of DTC Distribution for Food Processors
On this episode of the FOOD ENGINEERING
Podcast, Brendan Duttry from direct-to-consumer (DTC) bakery subscription brand Wildgrain joins us to discuss how food processors—especially smaller startups—can start their own DTC program, and what the benefits and challenges are to distributing your products via e-commerce.
Making the Case for Track and Trace
Eric Henefield, director of traceability business at Omron, sits down with Editor-in-Chief Michael Costa to talk about how track-and-trace technology can help food processors forecast ingredients and maintain accurate production schedules in 2022, while improving supply chain management overall.