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Tetra Pak increases speed-to-market for prepared food manufacturers

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Tetra Pak increases speed-to-market for prepared food manufacturers New automated pasteuriser offers flexible processing capability by switching between hot- and ambient-filled products Tetra Pak® Pasteu??rizer PF is a new flexible, automated solution for sauces, dressings, pastes, dips, soups and other prepared food applications. Launched this month, the technology extends the company’s existing hot fill / high acid portfolio, with a… Read more »

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Hershey unveils world’s first public 3-D chocolate candy printing exhibit

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The Hershey Co. is moving beyond the second dimension. The chocolate maker has partnered with 3D Systems to create what it claims is the world’s first 3-D Chocolate Candy Printing exhibit at Hershey’s Chocolate World Attraction. The exhibit, slated to open Friday, Dec. 19, will give visitors the opportunity to interact with Hershey scientists and the breakthrough technology. “We are… Read more »

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Yeast, the final frontier

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UBC researcher is sending yeast to the International Space Station to learn about genetics and the environment

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Foam dispensing equipment

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Ecolab has introduced Hybrid, a new line of foam dispensing equipment for the European food and beverage industry. Developed jointly with Nilfisk Food, a global leader in foam dispensing equipment, Hybrid uses new technology to make facility rinsing and cleaning processes more efficient. Hybrid offers a flexible, modular and extendable solution designed to handle a variety of foam applications, including… Read more »

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Corrosion resistant chains

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FB Chain has developed a range of corrosion resistant chains for the food and beverage industries. The chains do not require lubrication for optimal performance and meet EU food processing standards.

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The rise of automated processes

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According to ITV Tonight’s ‘Man Versus Machines’ programme, a third of British jobs will be automated by 2030. The process of integrating robotics into the workplace has already begun and the next 10 to 20 years will see a major acceleration – the food sector has seen a 60% increase in automation adoption since 2000.

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Free webinar explores extending shelf life and quality

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A free webinar will highlight technical solutions in sweet baked goods aimed at improving product quality and significantly extending shelf life. Beneo, a manufacturer of functional ingredients, will host the webinar on May 22 at 10 a.m. (EDT).

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