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Welcome to the hub for all the latest news on Avery Dennison Printer Solutions. It features media coverage on the ways we’re helping restaurants, QSRs, convenience stores, grocers, retailers, manufacturers, and logistics providers elevate their businesses and accelerate performance throughout their global supply chain.

Retail Supply Chain News

 

Avery Dennison Targets Retail Deployments With Mobile Printer, Robomart Partnership

The company's new Pathfinder 6059 handheld RFID printer can create and apply RFID tags for retail goods and logistics within five seconds, while its EPC UHF RFID tags will be used on Robomart's products when the self-driving store system brings stores to customers wherever they are.

Loss Prevention News

The New Math of Theft Deterrent Identification Labels

As labeling technology and ORC have changed, so has ROI calculations

Identification is at the heart of security. For cybersecurity, for example, you must distinguish between legitimate and nefarious network traffic. For access control, you must know who’s who in order to deny or permit entry. It’s the same for loss prevention. To effectively mitigate theft, you need to know—and show—that you had a product stolen. Find out how.

Is Identification the Missing Piece in LP's War Against ORC?

As labeling technology and ORC have changed, so has ROI calculations

Identification is at the heart of security. For cybersecurity, for example, you must distinguish between legitimate and nefarious network traffic. For access control, you must know who’s who in order to deny or permit entry. It’s the same for loss prevention. To effectively mitigate theft, you need to know—and show—that you had a product stolen. Find out how.

Savvy Retailers Find Value in New Benefit-Denial Technology

Aided by advances in technology—Avery Dennison’s theft prevention labels are a case in point—retailers are increasingly finding value in keeping products available to customers while still deterring their theft and aiding investigations

Food Retail Supply Chain News

How RFID helps grocers sell more and throw away less

If you're a grocery professional kept awake at night by the problem of food waste, you're not alone. There are more reasons than ever to worry about the hundreds of millions of tons of food lost to waste annually. 

Avery Dennison Monarch Pathfinder 6059 RFID Solution

The portable device helps solve freshness transparency challenges across the food supply chain.

Keeping Close Tabs
on
Food Safety

What’s the best way to go about protecting customers from foodborne illnesses?  Find out more.

Why Your Food's
Journey Matters to Your Customers

As a full-service restaurant operator, you’re likely more concerned about the journey of your meals from the kitchen to the dining room, than from the farm to the kitchen, right? But there are many steps in between farm and fork.

Why should you care?

Reducing Foodbourne Illness: Are You Doing All You Can?

National Environmental Health Association President Vince Radke suggests operators keep an eye on food worker behavior, farm, and kitchen structure, and food and safety management to reduce foodborne illnesses and identify their source.

Check out these best practices to protect your consumers—and your brand.

Food Shrink: The 3 Biggest Culprits You Can Do Something About

While it may seem ideal, zero shrink means you're underselling and missing an opportunity. 

Tracking Food and Why it Matters

As labeling technology and ORC have changed, so has ROI calculations

Identification is at the heart of security. For cybersecurity, for example, you must distinguish between legitimate and nefarious network traffic. For access control, you must know who’s who in order to deny or permit entry. It’s the same for loss prevention. To effectively mitigate theft, you need to know—and show—that you had a product stolen. Find out how.

5 Tips for Leveraging Technology/Supply Chain

Your organization’s supply chain is constantly adapting to new challenges.

Waste in the supply chain is one common challenge. Roughly one-third of the food produced worldwide—approximately 1.3 billion tons—is wasted, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. In the U.S. alone, that amounts to $25 billion lost each year, according to ReFED, a non-profit dedicated to reducing food waste.

Smart Labels Expected to Soar Globally by 2020

So-called “smart labels,” those with Radio Frequency Tracking Identification (RFID), are pointing the way toward smart infrastructure—with the global market projected to reach $24.5 billion by 2020, according to The Statistic Portal, a leading provider of market and consumer data. Regardless of what they’re selling—food, clothing or something else—retailers are investing in tracking inventory.

Taking the Pulse on Your Restaurant

With slim profit margins, restaurant operators would like to think their inventory is so carefully ordered, there’s little to no waste. The statistics tell a different story.  Find out more.

Turning Wasted Food Into Opportunity

American restaurants throw away 85 percent of their unused food; only 1.4 percent is donated. The biggest barriers? The logistics of food donation, including transporting it (or arranging for pick-up) and ensuring food is held properly so it doesn’t spoil after it leaves your restaurant.

You're Wasting Food But Do You Know How Much?

Simple steps like monitoring temperatures and automating labels can go a long way in preventing food safety issues.

3 Fail-Safe Ways
To Gain
Speed of Service

If you want to hit that 3-minute mark (or under) at the drive-thru or the counter, consider these three process changes. Each will shave a few seconds off your time without sacrificing quality

When You’re Not
Fast Food
But Need to be Faster

Check out some useful tips for you to consider to help you provide a faster meal without decreasing the quality of the experience.

Food Safety:
Are You
on Top of It?

Simple steps like monitoring temperatures and automating labels can go a long way in preventing food safety issues.

Want to Serve Food Fast? Don't Hand Label Prepared Foods

If you’re a chain establishment with more than 20 locations, you’re already putting calorie counts in your menus to comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recent labeling requirements, but convenience foods require labeling as well. The frequent rotation of items has some operators hand-labeling prepared foods. It’s a short-term fix that’s a bad idea. Find out why.

Intelligent Automated Processes are a No-Brainer for Food Industry

The demands of complying with food safety and nutritional labeling are often overwhelming and require a lot of legwork, leaving operators struggling to find time for everything else—from managing employees to maximizing profits. What if a large portion of the things on your to-do list could be solved with automated processes?

Food
Operations
Solutions

Avery Dennison is solving food supply chain and operational issues for convenience stores by introducing innovative products under its growing Freshmarx brand.

GLOBAL EVENTS

CHECK BACK SOON FOR 2020 EVENTS

As leader in printer and labeling solutions, Avery Dennison Printer Solutions participates in key industry events around the world. They are vital opportunities to meet customers face to face and listen to their challenges and goals, while showcasing our breakthrough solutions that continue to transform the retail, food, manufacturing, and a variety of other dynamic industries.

Please join us at any of our events.
And if you can’t attend in person, you can always follow the conversation on LinkedIn

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