Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in all areas of the enterprise around the world for its seemingly endless possibilities. As in many industries, artificial intelligence (AI) is making waves in the food industry too.
The impact of AI in the food industry is immense and is now being used increasingly by companies to increase efficiency, reduce waste, and manage supply chains.
Discover the leading AI companies in the food industry
Using its experience in the sector, Just Food has listed some of the leading companies providing products and services related to AI.
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Applications of AI in the food industry
Supply chain management
The ability to effectively manage the supply chain is a top priority for food manufacturers. Leading companies are now using artificial neural network-based algorithms to monitor shipments at every stage of the supply chain to improve food safety standards, manage inventories and achieve complete transparency.
Creation of new products
AI has accelerated the process of new product development by offering predictive analytics on consumer tastes and trends of the target market to the companies in the industry.
To generate maximum revenue, restaurants use AI to offer food delivery services to its customers via mobile applications.
Additionally, chat bots and voice bots powered by AI are used by food delivery companies to facilitate an efficient food delivery process.
Food sorting is the primary step in a supply chain and AI can do it efficiently and accurately with no risk of error. This eliminates the need for employees manually sorting food products in an assembly line.
Quality food production
AI in food industry is helping companies to identify the effects of salinity, humidity, soil composition and UV light on crops, which in turn is helping farmers to produce quality crops.