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The beverage market is one of the largest and most competitive markets in the world. Competition gets even higher when discussing soft drinks, with a growing trend in bottled water. This has presented a problem for beverage manufacturers, as it is easy to create a unique soft drink that finds a niche audience, but finding the niche of people interested in your brand is a more difficult task.
Finger-style Inline Liquid Trap Magnets are a conventional and often effective way of extracting foreign metal fragments from liquid lines such as chocolate, soup and beverages.
Chr. Hansen has extended its soft cheese starter culture range to help manufacturers produce soft cheese with the desired taste and texture.
A new regulation addressing the “dual standard” in the Eastern European consumer market is putting pressure on international brands to sell higher quality products in the region.
The new CPE pumps meet the process requirements in a variety of industrial applications, and are suitable for use with clean or slightly contaminated liquids, viscous liquids of up to 3’000cSt, and fibrous slurries with a consistency up to 6%.
Drum Magnets are typically installed in dry, free-flowing product lines such as grain or animal feed, and are typically suited to high tonnage intakes.
Chr. Hansen has launched culture strains that produce a ‘rich and complex flavour’ to meet the growing demand of Feta-style cheese.
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