The answer is just about. With better machines, Farming-as-a-Service andautomation-based technologies, the scope of farm mechanization hasdefinitely moved ahead, but we’re still playing catch up to the westernworld. Given we are an agrarian economy, technology in agriculture is not novel.
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on businesses around the world. That’s more than obvious. How are fresh produce businesses coping? We spoke to Tom Mahoney, CEO of RipePlanet, to gain his perspectives on the Australian situation. This interview was conducted in Apr
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on businesses around the world. That’s more than obvious. How are fresh produce businesses coping? We spoke to Vivek Dhume, head of the North America fruit and vegetable business at Future Group , to gain his perspectives
None of us can fathom yet how deep is the novel coronavirus’ impact on the retail economy. But when you take a look at the numbers two changes rise to the front a) people are shopping online more for apparent
Corona Virus has taken the world by storm. Every business has been disrupted significantly, food and agriculture being one of them. Having said that, in these turbulent times, digital innovation offers ways to continue operations with minimal (or even zero)
As Coronavirus wreaks havoc on life and businesses around the world, we collated anecdotes of how food businesses are getting impacted.
When it comes to Automation and use of AI, US has always been at the forefront of all the action – including Agtech. What’s behind this agtech boom in the US? Two factors a) low availability of labour and b)
We meet a lot of food businesses. When we start discussing their quality processes, almost all of them seem to be struggling with basic definitions. Rarely have we seen an organization wherein the entire organization has a single, consistent, coherent