The global market for spirits is experiencing a surge in growth as consumers seek out new, exciting flavours. And as the major distilleries and countless artisan producers step up to meet this increased demand, the need for traceability along the supply chain has never been higher.
Over the past decade, the global beer industry has been transformed. Thousands of new breweries have sprung up to meet the growing demand for new taste experiences. At the same time, a new generation of machinery is needed to produce these smaller volumes with high quality efficiency. Which is where edding comes in.
What’s in our food and where does it come from? Demand for greater transparency about what we eat is one of the key trends shaping the food industry today. Consumers are challenging food manufacturers to print more information on their product packaging than ever before. But not all coding machines are up to the task.
Wine drinkers are an increasingly discerning consumer group. In a competitive market, the pressure is on producers to boost their wines’ shelf appeal. So, the label on the bottle has a lot of work to do.
Product traceability and date coding are at the heart of consumer safety in the food and beverage industry. There are a number of different methods for applying this information, but which is the best option for small and medium manufacturers?