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26 June 2017
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Press Releases

MINOX to Showcase Products at MediPharma Expo
MINOX has announced it will be attending MediPharma Expo in Vietnam.

High-Temperature Self-Cleaning Industrial Filters from Russell Finex
Russell Finex's industrial filter helps Mondelēz improve their production process by recovering liquid caramel at a high temperature.

TOMRA Sorting Food Launches State-Of-The-Art User Interface To Optimise Work Flow And Improve Profitability
TOMRA Sorting Food has unveiled new graphical user interface (UI) TOMRA ACT to help food processors get the most from their sorting systems by optimising work flows and reducing waste to deliver improved profitability.

Sulzer and Moret to Offer Pumping and Mixing Solutions
Sulzer and Ensival Moret have collaborated to provide a range of pumping and mixing solutions.

Endless Steel Belts From The Beginning
During each production step, all steel belts from Berndorf Band are run consistently between two drums. This results in straight belts with high-quality tracking, which means less downtime resulting from tracking problems and longer product life due to less belt damage. In addition, Berndorf Band's steel belts are flat and even, leading to improved product quality and less scrap.

White Papers

Implementation of Grain Processing Facilities for the Production of Starch Sweeteners
Grain processing facilities refine agricultural feedstock into a variety of speciality goods that are used by the food and pharmaceutical...

Tastier Lettuce with Munters
Munters develops and manufactures dehumidifiers for the food industry, controlling the effects that humidity can cause in production...

SALOMIX Horizontal Agitators for High Viscosity Syrups
Amilina is a Lithuanian manufacturing company that processes more than 1,000t of wheat per day....

Meat Industry: Testing, Inspection, and Certification Services
DTS has been a trusted partner for testing, inspection, and certification services to the meat industry for more than 60 years. The company offers independent and integrated audit inspection...

Vinegar Fermentation Monitoring and Control By Using a Gas Analyser System
Semi-continuous vinegar fermentation systems depend on steadily available alcohol in the mash, otherwise the fermentation comes to a...


Hidden horror: how lead is harming children through their diets
A recent report from the Environmental Defense Fund found that identifiable levels of lead are present in a significant portion of US foods. Elliot Gardner looks into the extent of this problem and finds out the impact of lead in our diets.

Could the charcoal food trend be damaging our health?
Charcoal has been rapidly gaining popularity as an ingredient in everything from burgers and hotdogs, to toothpaste and makeup. All sorts of health claims are also being made to warrant its use. But when it comes to food, are there actually any benefits to adding charcoal to your meal? Elliot Gardner finds out more.

May’s top stories: New study on almonds, UK companies may lose £12bn to fraud
University of Washington researchers found that replacing almonds and other tree nuts will reduce empty calories, Crowe Clark Whitehill and the CCFS revealed that food and drink companies in the country may lose £12bn a year to fraud. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from May 2017.

Fear the fall: the armyworm that threatens food growers everywhere
The fall armyworm could be one of the most devastating threats to sub-Saharan African life that the continent has seen in generations. In addition, it could potentially spread across the world, damaging the livelihood of millions and threatening essential food sources.

The City of Toronto is helping support new food processing SMEs
Setting up a new food processing business is tough, and many get bogged down by complicated procedure and significant start-up costs. Could the City of Toronto have found the answer? Elliot Gardner finds out more.


Mataura Valley Milk (MVM) Dairy Processing Plant, Southland
New Zealand-based milk and nutritional powders maker Mataura Valley Milk (MVM), a subsidiary of China Animal Husbandry Group (CAHG), is building a new dairy processing plant in Gore, Southland, New Zealand.

NouriTech Feed Production Plant, Memphis, Tennessee
Food product developers Calysta and Cargill began construction for a new feed production facility in April 2017.

Kawerau Dairy Processing Plant, Kawerau
In association with six Māori (indigenous Polynesians) entities, Poutama Dairy Group plans to develop a milk processing facility in Kawerau in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand.

Shamrock Farms Dairy Manufacturing Plant, Virginia
Shamrock Farms initiated the construction of a new dairy-manufacturing facility at Augusta County, Virginia, US, in March 2013.

Costa Coffee Roastery, Basildon, Essex
In March, Costa opened new coffee roastery Paradise Street in Basildon, Essex.

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