Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thursday, July 15, 2021 9:00 AM EST | 3:00 PM CEST | 9:00 PM CST
The past few years have seen a continuing trend towards healthy eating in many regions of the world. This has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, with many people looking to boost their immune systems and general health by making better food choices. The fresh fruits and vegetables market has seen above market average growth during the past year; this trend is expected to continue. Fruit and vegetable processors must respond to this increased demand without compromising on product quality and safety.
In this 30-minute webcast, you'll discover how the latest approaches to product inspection and best practices can support growing production quotas while maintaining safety, quality, plant efficiency and, ultimately, brand reputation.
Mike Munnelly gained a degree in Physics from Bristol University in 2000 and worked in a research laboratory prior to joining Thermo Fisher Scientific in 2002. During his time at Thermo Fisher, Mike has worked with many automated online and inline measurement and analytical instrument technologies, supporting customers to improve process efficiency, reduce pollutant emissions and increase product, personnel and consumer safety. Mike started his career in system test and commissioning, moving to applications engineering then sales and sales management. In recent years Mike has managed the field marketing activities for Thermo Fisher’s product inspection business. Mike gained his Executive MBA degree from Lancaster University in 2019.
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