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February 17th, 2006

Making Food And Beverage Manufacturers And Retailers 'Smarter'

Abstract:
The latest advances in smart, smart active and smart intelligent labels offer major potential for the food manufacturing, beverage, distribution and retail chain to reduce food and beverage wastage, enhance food freshness and performance, provide usage guidance, improve supply chain management and reduce costs.

What seems clear is that label technology - some of it based on new nanotechnology coating developments - that can offer significant benefits to the food producer and retailer is advancing rapidly, with new product launches being announced every month through the media or at conferences.

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