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Data Driven = Safer Food

LINCOLN — Food safety regulations already mandate that companies in the food industry check daily for contaminants. But in the age of “big data,” a couple of University of Nebraska-Lincoln food safety researchers say merely logging the information on a spreadsheet isn't good enough.

via www.omaha.com

Excellent article on a data-driven approach to building a safer food supply.   This reminds one of the assembly line approach to quality control but the defect is some dangerous microbial.


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