Data collection is often an overlooked part of food processing.
Removing or changing ingredients to create a cleaner label can exasperate or expose flaws in the processing of your product.
Creating adequate process controls helps eliminate those flaws but requires you to have sufficient data collection.
Numbers don’t lie — they help track your product’s performance over time. They can help fine-tune your process by identifying production flaws that lead to product quality issues or production failures.
In this article, we’ll look at how and where to collect data so you can create better process controls and, ultimately, a better product.