TOMRA Sorting Food

Sorting Equipment for the Food and Non-Food Industry

Sensor-based food sorting machines

TOMRA Sorting Solutions specialises in sensor-based food sorting machines and processing technology for the food industry.

The company develops innovative sorting technologies and optimises production flow to deliver high quality food.

Sorters for the food processing industry

TOMRA provides food sorters that offer an efficient solution for sorting products and increases investment. The company's sorting solutions will boost processing capacity and availability, as well as profit, quality and food safety.

Peeling solutions

TOMRA Sorting offers a wide range of peeling solutions and was the first to develop a truly intelligent peeling line.

Inspection solutions for the meat industry

TOMRA specialises in inspection solutions for the meat industry with process analytics and in-line analyser.

The company has 10,000 food sorters installed worldwide and offers a support and service network.

Benefits of TOMRA's food sorting machines include:

  • An increased processing capacity
  • An increased profit and yield
  • Lower labour costs
  • Consistent high quality food and safety
  • Ease of use and reliability

Tackling food waste

TOMRA's range of sorting solutions helps to increase the yield of produce by 5% - 10%. This is the equivalent of 25,000 trucks of potatoes every year.

About TOMRA and ODENBERG & BEST Sorting

ODENBERG & BEST Sorting are under the umbrella of the TOMRA Sorting brand.

TOMRA bought ODENBERG in 2011 and acquired unique patented technology to increase the company's growth in the food sorting and processing industry segments.

In 2012, TOMRA also purchased BEST Sorting in order to become a world leading food sorter supplier with an expanded technology portfolio.

Contact Details

TOMRA Sorting Food
Research Park Haasrode 1622
Romeinse Straat 20
+32 16 396 396
+32 16 396 390
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Available White Papers


Food Waste 25 September 2017 Each year, 1.3bn tonnes of food is wasted, including 45% of fruit and vegetables and 20% of meat. Just a quarter of this wastage could feed the 795 million chronically hungry people around the world.


Food Safety 18 July 2017 Data has revealed aflatoxins is the biggest cause of food-related recalls, which demonstrates the importance of role-effective sorting and quality analysis systems in boosting food safety on the production line.


TOMRA Establishes Long-Term Aflatoxin Control Partnership with Hsufuchi Foods 28 June 2017 Driven by business ethics, Nestlé asked Hsufuchi Foods to look into improvement measures to further bring down aflatoxin levels in peanut products.