In the fruit and vegetable sector, quality pricing is a ‘major driver’, says entrepreneur Elad Mardis.

As a result, there are more than 10 different points in the supply chain where quality is assessed from field to fork.

However, quality is not only ‘very difficult to define’, but the current quality control (QC) methods are mostly manual. That is, Mardix told delegates at a recent FoodTech IL event in Israel that the process was ‘compliant, inconsistent and slow’.

As co-founder and CEO of Israeli startup Clarifruit, Mardix is ​​on a mission to disrupt traditional CQ techniques in the digital and fruit supply chain.

“Clarifruit ነው is changing the way quality decisions are made in this industry.”.

Smartphone app for controllers.

To do this, Clariffut software builds software with three key functions: ያደርጋል Digitizes the quality control process, automates data collection and allows customers to ‘drive quality decisions’ based on real-time information, reports and insights.

The product represents’ the world’s first ‘cloud-based solution that provides businesses’ fresh product QC data that automatically collects and analyzes,’ objective and consistent ‘QC checks’ in real time’, the company said.

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Using the front-end smartphone app, supervisors take photos of fresh produce and examine the features of the machine learning technology, including color, stem color, and size.

The application integrates with third-party hardware to access features such as internal parameters such as refractometer, degree of Brexit, pH, and intensity from a drometer.

Clarifruit’s quality rating algorithm uses the Big Data library, which contains over 100,000 photos and features similar features.

Starter currently supports 11 product categories: Tomato, Wine, Coke, Cherry, Banana, Pineapple, Blueberry, Peel, Apple, Orange, Lemon, Mango, Prune and Watermelon.

Large data and analysis platform for operations.

Creates Clarifruit Management Dashboard for Things Business, which allows QC managers to ‘get quick data’.

The dashboard is designed to provide a snapshot of each check, including date and time, GPS location and user account. Automatically generated reports are created for each completed scan.

In the big data and analysis platform, businesses can set up specific testing processes or create multiple quality standards, each with its own external and internal features.

“Our large data library, which currently has millions of photos and fresh product features, እያንዳንዱ grows with every control you make, improving the accuracy of automatic checks. They indicate the beginning.

Target the entire supply chain.

Clarifite is targeting a $ 2trn supply chain consisting of four key players, both home growers, trading companies or brands, wholesalers and retailers.

In general, the business believes that the software will triple the productivity of the controller and reduce the amount of rejected fruits and vegetables by matching the quality to the consumer requirements.

The goal is to create ‘favorable income opportunities’ for all stakeholders and reduce global food waste.

This year, in the first year of the market, the startup is earning close to $ 1 million, thanks to a partnership with some of the world’s largest retailers, marketing and growers, the CEO told delegates.

“Our vision is to be the gold standard for quality control for fresh products. [and] We look forward to working with all stakeholders across the supply chain. .

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