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Top 10 Food Safety Tech Solution Companies in Europe - 2021

Consumers today ideally expect to know their food sources and the ingredients of edible products available at the store to get a clearer picture of the degree of contamination. Food retailers and the entire food and beverage (F&B) industry are now operating very differently than they did some six months ago. The pandemic has brought immense shifts in supply chains, imposed new hazard controls, and—perhaps most importantly— turned consumer preferences upside down. To bring things back to normal, enterprises are revamping their strategies hoping to make 2021 the year of reckoning for the world’s food systems. The pandemic exposed the flaws of the global food supply chain that continues to be highly centralised and operating on a just-in-time basis. Keeping that in mind, farmers and distributors of food are now well aware of the need to adequately regulate the safety of their products to satisfy the requisites of a new generation of consumers. With the development of automated processing and packaging equipment, along with improved IoT connectivity and smart technology, companies are able to handle food safety more effectively and meet high quality standards. Additionally, blockchain technology is empowering organisations by offering them the ability to record and secure arbitrary and disparate kinds of data. Food safety is poised to benefit from this new method of data management. Advances in networking, storage, and processing have created a mass market for sensors delivering real-time data from across the food supply chain.

To help leaders navigate through the list of food safety solution providers in Europe, our panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, VCs, industry analysts and the editorial board of Food and Beverages Tech Review has narrowed down the top solution providers in this landscape who exhibit competence in delivering robust solutions and innovations.

We present Food and Beverages Tech Review’s “Top 10 Food Safety Tech Solution Providers in Europe - 2021.”

    Top Food Safety Tech Solution Companies in Europe

  • LED2WORK is a leading designer and manufacturer of LED luminaires for the food and beverage industry. The company develops highly specialised products for machine and industrial applications. From the development of the housing or luminaire bodies to thermal management, through the production steps to the respective IP protection class up to the installed electronics—all steps take place directly in the company or with fixed and long-term partners in Germany

  • MariMatic specialises in automated solid waste collection systems (AWCS) for underground waste collection. The main takeaway from MariMatic’s pneumatic conveying technology for food industry is Taifun that is explicitly designed for the needs of modern food processing plants. Taifun acts as a giant automated vacuum cleaner that collects different types of materials—ranging from food by-products to raw material and final edible products—through different suction points within the food processing floor. It then transports those materials to the destination point through closed pipes, thereby preventing food products from getting contaminated. So far, MariMatic has supplied over 1500 units of Taifun solution to fish, poultry, red meat, and vegetable processing plants, along with abattoirs and professional kitchens in over 40 countries

  • NEMIS Technologies AG is a diagnostic company transforming microbiological detection in the fields of food safety, clinical diagnostics, water safety, and animal health. The company empowers users to minimize microbiological risk by providing a unique lab-free detection system that is simple to use

  • With its intelligent solutions for foreign object detection, material sorting and analysis, Sesotec helps customers to ensure that sustainable and high-quality production is profitable for people, the environment and industry. With headquarters in Germany, Sesotec is represented by a total of 6 international subsidiaries in Singapore, China, USA, India, Canada and Thailand, as well as by over 60 partners in all of the world's most important markets

  • Enfit


    ENFIT is the first international association to develop European and international standards for more security, safety and transparency in the supply chain. Raw materials for chemicals, food or feed are transported worldwide from agriculture and farms, mining and oil production, to primary productions, like dairy, grain and seed mills, to secondary production (production of end products for consumers)

  • Food Radar System

    Food Radar System

    Food Radar Systems' mission is to increase product safety for the Food Industry by developing and marketing a non invasive on-line system capable of detecting foreign bodies in food that existing systems do not capture. The company's system is designed for emulsions and pumpable products and has the capability of detecting not only the denser foreign bodies but is particularly suited to foreign bodies such as wood, plastic, bone, extraneous vegetable matter

  • Kersia


    Kersia is a global leader in biosecurity and food safety with value added products and solutions to prevent diseases or contamination in both animals and humans at every stage of the food supply chain. The company offers also solutions to the healthcare sector. Kersia is the name adopted in 2018 by Hypred, Antigerm, Medentech, LCB Food Safety, G3 and Kilko, experts in their fields which came together in 2017 and 2018, bringing together complementary skills and expertise that improve farm performance and add value to the food industry

  • Micreos


    Micreos develops the world's first targeted antibacterial products, set to replace antibiotics. With Micreos' endolysin technology, for the first time it is possible to kill only the unwanted bacteria - including antibiotic resistant strains such as MRSA - while leaving our microbiome - comprising billions of beneficial bacteria on our skin and in our gut - intact. In addition, research shows that the use of endolysins does not induce resistance. This unlocks a completely new approach in dealing with the bacteria around us: killing the bad bacteria and preserving the microbiome

  • TraceOne


    Founded in 2001, Trace One powers the largest platform for the development of consumer packaged goods with more than 20,000 companies in 100 countries developing over $300B in products annually. The company helps retailers and brand owners to create and evolve unique, healthy, and responsible products to market faster

  • Tsenso


    Tsenso offers FreshCloud: a secure and confidential storage solution for on food data for all players along the food supply chain. The cloud analytics build the link between the logistic events and the quality assurance action and make the hidden quality costs of the supply chain visible. The company's KPI, the FreshIndex asses the microbiological spoilage of food based on true measured data and gives quantitative insight into food quality and freshness, down to the individual product unit

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