BYTES: The Latest in Food/Hospitality Tech – 6-29-17

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6-29-17: Tech Enables Meat Care, Wireless Hotel Security, Plus enomatic Wine Serving System™ in the Checkout!


FOOD DAZE: Events to Attend | Dates to Celebrate

TAG Chili Cook-Off                                                                               October 5

 

National Tapioca Day June 28
National Almond Buttercrunch Day June 29
National Mai Tai Day June 30
National Gingersnap Day July 1
National BBQ Day / Independence Day July 4
Bytes for Bites Day of Service July 14

 

Food Holidays Courtesy of Foodimentary


 THE LATEST

Meat Market Leader Makes Animal Welfare High Tech


Tyson Foods has launched the industry’s first remote video auditing and animal wellness program to improve chicken care at its facilities, including 5 of its 27 facilities in Georgia.


Citywide Biking App Pushes Pedal to the Metal

Georgia Tech and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed have rolled out a mobile biking app for Atlanta pedestrians looking to curb their carbon footprint in the city. Cycle Atlanta enables users to sync and track their bicycle rides with friends, find optimal routes.


Hospitality Industry Goes Wild for Wireless Access Control

SALTO Systems released a suite of wireless & mobile hospitality solutions, including a sleek new AElement Fusion electronic hotel lock with RFID, at the Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition & Conference (HITEC) in Toronto. At HITEC, the world’s largest hospitality technology show, SALTO Systems will have demos on a range of products that enhance access control, offer a state-of-the-art guest experience, and reduce cost for hotel management.

Craft Brewery Says Cheers to High-Tech Facility

Creature Comforts, a popular craft brewery based in Athens, Georgia, has announced expansion plans to include fully automated brewing at a computer-run facility.  The brewery selected the historic Southern Mill complex (a textile mill currently converting to a mixed-use development) to house the second facility. Creature Comforts will deploy a new canning line that prevents oxidation of the canned craft brews. This follows a successful three years in business, and Tropicalia being named Georgia’s most popular craft beer, according to Eater Atlanta.


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THE CHECKOUT: Enomatic® Wine Serving System™

Enomatic® USA’s patented tech revolutionizing the sommelier business, extending shelf life of wine so consumers can enjoy premium wines by the glass.


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