Everyone reading this will have no doubt heard the expression, “what gets measured, gets managed” – or something similar. The original quote usually is attributed to Peter Drucker’s 1954 book The Practice of Management.
Many meat processors have embraced the opportunity to maximize use of inputs and ensure the highest level of food safety during production by integrating critical software capabilities to leverage real-time actionable knowledge and provide insight and analytics for enhanced control, consistency and cost savings.
Burgers’ Smokehouse has undergone many expansions, additions and upgrades, but the important aspects of its business haven’t changed. The company still uses its traditional curing methods; it’s just applying its traditions to a wider range of products, and at a larger scale than ever before.
Poultry, pork and beef processors are experimenting today with more automation and robotics in cutting and deboning operations, which will, they hope, lead to increased speed, efficiencies, worker safety and food safety.
GrinderWith Mepaco’s Model 6-6RG Re-Work Grinder, customers often report a 90 percent recovery of usable product and are amazed at the effectiveness in removing unwanted bone and connective tissue. The