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Future of Food, Food Safety, Traceability, Innovation Infographic

Experts predict the next 10 years will be the most dramatic transformation the food industry has experienced in the last three decades. Learn how experts are using next-generation technologies like AI and blockchain to revolutionize global food safety in our infographic.

Future of Food, Food Safety, Traceability, Innovation Infographic

You can also download a PDF of the Farm to Fork infographic.

Access to the full suite of food safety and security content from SHIFT20, which includes panel discussions, symposia, and technical research posters, is available through July 1, 2021, so it’s not too late to immerse yourself in this rich information, learn something new, and connect with experts in the various topic areas. Explore the scientific program and register to access the on-demand content on the SHIFT20 website.

Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing more helpful information, tips, research, and resources here on our website, as well as on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Watch our Food Safety and Defense page to see what's new and share what you learn with family and friends using the hashtags #NFSEM, #NationalFoodSafetyMonth, and #foodsafety.

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