Key Technology has added a sort-to-grade feature to its various G6 optical sorters.
Increasing Chinese and Asian demand for dairy products afforded GEA €120m ($163m) worth of orders from European processors in the last three months of 2013 alone, the German processing technology...
Production at snack maker Axium Foods has hit a snag after a weekend blaze struck its factory, damaging equipment but causing no injuries.
2 Sisters Food Group has invested in a multi-million pound expansion of its added value chicken processing plant in Cambuslang, Scotland, creating up to 180 jobs in the region.
Air Products has launched a ‘top injection’ of its liquid nitrogen refrigerant, Freshline LIN-IS, for sensitive products like dough.
Competitive pressure within the dairy industry as a result of "industry consolidation and raw rising material costs" has become a key driver of technological developments at Tetra Pak, the company's...
CK Foods has put plans for a cheese production centre on hold as it opens a poultry processing plant in Bradford, UK.
Brynwood Partners has acquired Joseph’s Pasta Co. from the Prepared Foods Co. division of Nestlé.
Processing machinery firm Urschel International has relocated its Netherlands office after the previous facility was ravaged by a storm.
Whole Foods Market is fueling development of independent food growers and processors with a program funnelling up to $25m in low-interest loans.
The once clear divide between the technological demands of dairy manufacturers in developed and emerging markets has become increasingly blurred, Tetra Pak’s VP of technologies and service products has claimed....
UK bread major Warburtons will pump £20m ($32.8m) into a new production plant dedicated to sandwich alternatives as demand in the segment booms.
Private-label packaging, kids' products, odorous hot-sauce emissions—2013 was a fascinating year for anyone following the food industry. Here are some of the most interesting stories from the perspective of a...
Frito-Lay has been granted a US patent for its low pressure processing method to make reduced oil potato chips.
It's been a wonderful year for FPD—and we owe it all to you.
The year 2013 was a great one for fascinating stories about food packaging, processing technologies and safety concerns. Here are the 10 FoodProductionDaily stories that most resonated with our readers.
Tetra Pak has launched a next generation heat exchanger that can process thick and sticky products such as puddings, purees or soups and products that contain solids such, as casseroles,...
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Probiota 2014 – relocated from Brussels to Amsterdam and organised by NutraIngredients – will bring together the finest scientific and commercial minds operating in the pre- and probiotic sector in...
Seneca Foods Corp. is offering $148m to snap up Allens Inc., which entered bankruptcy this year.
Industrial automation plays a key role in optimising production. While technology might not be able solve all inefficiencies within a production process, it does play a role in detecting them.
Flexicon has doubled the capacity of one of their conveyors aimed at friable materials.
L&S Cranberry, a supplier to Ocean Spray Cranberries, looks back on 2013 and talks about the impact its Key Technology Optyx 6000 series sorter and RemoteMD has had on its...
SPX has landed a contract worth more than $50m (€36m) to kit out Synutra International’s first infant formula manufacturing plant in Europe.
Harnessing automation technology can give food processors and packaging operations a broad range of advantages, according to Adept Technology.