RFID Ripens Cheese

By Rhea Wessel

Sachsenmilch AG, a German cheese maker, tags and tracks carts of cheeses to improve quality control during production and comply with European Union regulations.

Sachsenmilch AG produces 25 different cheese and milk products sold in supermarkets around Germany, particularly in the company's home state of Saxony, formerly part of East Germany. At its production site in Leppersdorf, some 4.2 million liters of milk are processed daily, much of which goes into the three main types of cheeses the company makes. Sachsenmilch wanted to make its cheese-production process more efficient, and to ensure that each type o...

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