Bretzel Bakery rises to the challenge of smart working
The Bretzel Bakery, one of Dublin’s oldest artisan bakeries, has invested in internet of things (IoT) technology to help it cut its utility bills and comply with Ireland’s tough food sustainability programme targets set out in Bord Bia’s Origin Green.
The Bretzel is using the operational intelligence portal from Irish firm Cognition, ensuring optimisation of its energy consumption. Automated live data is captured in an online Origin Green sustainability...
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