BYTES: The Latest in Food/Hospitality Tech –9-28-17

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9-28-17Hotel Group Honored for Sustainability Tech, Smart Feeders for Preemies, Tech Initiates Resource for Food Processors, Plus Chuice in the Checkout!


FOOD DAZE: Events to Attend | Dates to Celebrate

ATL Tech Gives Back 3.0                                                                        October 19

National Key Lime Pie Day September 26
National Chocolate Milk Day  September 27
National Strawberry Cream Pie Day September 28
National Coffee Day  September 29
National Mulled Cider Day September 30

Food Holidays Courtesy of Foodimentary


THE LATEST

GREEN TECH: Leading Hotel Group Ranks High on Sustainability Index

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Smart energy management benefits hospitality companies in other ways aside from reducing the carbon footprint. Just ask InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), a global leader in hotel innovation, who has recently been listed on the S&P Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (World and European). This honor recognizes the success of the IHG Green Engage™ system, an online sustainability tool that helps hotels manage and minimize their impact on the environment by tracking carbon emissions, water and energy management, and food waste. IHG America is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Agritech Innovations Highlighted By State Delegation

The University of Georgia hosted the Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture and other state leaders during its annual farm tour, showcasing the developing technologies that bolster Georgia’s $13 billion agriculture economy.


Smart Feeding Tech Deployed in Leading Hospital

Emory Hospital Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia has adopted NFANT Labs’s “smart bottles” in its neonatal intensive care units (NICU) for premature babies, one of the first of such internet-connected devices being approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.


Manufacturing Initiative Sparks Sustainability for Food Processors

Georgia Manufacturing Extension Program (GaMEP) has launched an outreach initiative to provide food manufacturers with niche research and tech solutions for food safety, energy management and sustainability.


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THE CHECKOUT: Chuice

Chuice, short for “chewable juice,” uses cold pressurization technology to produce plant-based meals from purees..


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