An epidemic of food waste, outdated manufacturing processes and a lack of production efficiency hold the world’s food supply hostage. Optimized food processing boosts high-quality yields while it improves safety, consistency and sustainability. Automation speeds up output, spares employees from tedious and dangerous work, and offsets the ebb and flow of the workforce.

Automation increases industry safety

The food processing industry has been slow to embrace the advantages of automation and technology. It’s time to set aside “the way it’s always been done” and improve working conditions along with production efficiency.

Incident rate in the food manufacturing sector

Higher than industry average

3x higher than in more-advanced production industries

Automation is good for the environment

Food waste places an enormous burden on the world environment. Automation increases the output and the efficiency of food production, reducing the impact of production processes.

Food waste

Nearly 1/3 of all food intended for food consumption is wasted or lost: Around 1.3 billion tons, enough to feed 3 billion people – valued at $1 trillion USD.

Food Production

About 13% of global food production is lost between harvest and retail sale.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

US food waste alone exceeds the greenhouse gas emissions of 42 coal-fired power plants.

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