Larrabee of GoSpotCheck predicts adoption will continue to be incremental and calculated. As the use of RPA gains traction in other industries, more food companies will adopt it for their operations. She concludes, “Brands will also want to set benchmarks and continue to evaluate whether their RPA investments are working as intended, delivering efficiencies without compromising food safety. In doing so, it frees their teams to focus on high-value work: serving customers, driving sales, making decisions, solving problems, innovating, and making great food.”
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