EcoStruxure™ for Food & Beverage
- By 2050, there will be 9 billion people on Earth, 30% more than today
- 40% of the planet land mass is used to grow food, but 30% of food is wasted between farm to fork
- The Food & Beverage industry consumes 5% of global energy
- 49% Food & Beverage CFOs see a significant link between sustainability and financial performance
- Changing consumer demands and a volatile global economy create challenges for the industry
- 40% of today's leaders will be retired in 2020
Better food, for more people, using less of our common planet
We help improve sustainability, efficiency and traceability of your operations
Sustainable efficiency today
Being the Global Specialist in Energy Management™ and leader in Food & Beverage Manufacturing Operation Management
- WaterForce, New Zealand Partnering with Microsoft for water-efficient farming
See how WaterForce is improving farming efficiency and sustainability with help from Schneider Electric and Microsoft.Learn more
- EcoStruxure™ Success Story Energy Performance:
Coca-Cola HBC Italy
Coca-Cola HBC, Italy have partnered with Schneider Electric to identify and eliminate the energy waste in their production plants.
- EcoStruxure™ Success Story Manufacturing Efficiency: F&N Dairies Thailand Read more
- EcoStruxure™ Success Story Manufacturing Efficiency:
Total Agroindustria Brazil
See how Schneider Electric's PlantStruxure™ solution has helped pushed Total, a state-run ethanol producer, into the forefront of Brazil's bio-fuel industry.
- Farm-to-fork innovation
Find out how the Internet of Things and Schneider Electric™ Innovation At Every Level lead to sustainable efficiency in the food and beverage industry.Read our story
Accelerating the Benefits of Food and Beverage Sustainability: A Best Practices Guide
Food and Beverage manufacturers can strengthen their brand and mitigate business risks by providing more transparency to their customers and stakeholders. This white paper demonstrates how using a plan/do/check/act methodology to drive energy management and sustainability programs can lower costs, improve profitability, and control risk.
How to Optimize Clean-in-Place Processes
New innovations allow plant operators to cut costs in an earth-friendly manner while still conforming to regulatory safety standards. This paper explains how new CIP technologies can improve production efficiency by at least 20% while enhancing the ability to track consumption activity throughout the various steps of the cleaning cycle.