HPC Compressed Air Systems has launched a Kryosec refrigerant dryer range to operate on compressed air flow rates from 0.35 to 4.5 m³/min (12.3 to 159cfm) and in applications with ambient temperatures up to +50ºC.
As part of FoodProductionDaily’s ongoing series of 60-second interviews with the movers and shakers of the food and beverage industry, we caught up with Chris Holland, managing director, Holmach, to dispel the myths of thermal processing around 'canned mush' and the rise of microwaveable doypacks.
Cavitus has opened its first European office in Zug, Switzerland.
Construction has begun on a Clariant masterbatches plant in Sydney, Australia, to open in the fourth quarter 2014.
The Ohio State University will host the 2014 International Nonthermal Processing Workshop with the theme “Nonthermal Processing Systems for Healthy and Sustainable Foods” on October 21-24, sponsored by Avure Technologies and Multivac.
Doug Dichting, former VP at Del Monte Foods, The Coca-Cola Company and Schweppes Beverages has joined Cavitus as president and opened an office in Atlanta, Georgia.
Genesee Community College (GCC) is poised to kick off its fall semester, welcoming students looking for a lucrative career in food production.
Olympus Automation is flying application specialist Stuart Rigby to an undisclosed location in Turkey to provide training on its Steam Infusion technology before it is deployed to feed refugees in Northern Iraq.
The oldest cold-storage company in the US has implemented an energy management plan that has put it on the path to cutting its power bills by 12%.
There has been mixed reaction to news of Russia’s import ban yesterday (7 August), with some associations shrugging it off, and others calling for action to be taken.
The Frozen Food Foundation has saluted a Washington State food scientist with its fifth annual Freezing Research Award for advancing technology in the field.
A large food and beverage processing company in Chile has installed manufacturing planning software to streamline its end-to-end operations.
The company’s metal conveyor belts are the only ones in the US to be certified acceptable for food products consumed by observant Muslims.
Using a modified genetic algorithm (MGA) to design scheduling plans in an industrial bakery can save costs and resources, scientists say.
Food producers are feeling the heat as the cost of red meat continues surging, but analysts anticipate the trend likely will cool later in the year.
Key Technology has reworked its vibratory conveyors with a stainless-steel rotary finish to resist bacterial attachment.
The DuraFlex Edge open-design conveyor belt is designed for lean, clean meat and poultry processing.
Fabcon Food Systems (FFS) has developed a range of packaging machines with NPS (National Packaging Systems) in South Africa, which can replace old bag makers on Wright Machinery with the same footprint, at higher speeds.
Surlean Foods, a producer specialized in custom products and dishes for food clients nationwide, is installing enterprise resource planning software from Deacom to facilitate and streamline expansion.
Hughes Equipment is offering two small-scale corn processing machines designed for operations with lower capacity and smaller footprint than other processors.
A new white paper was published by SGS about ‘Packaging Innovations and their Impact on Food Safety Certification’.
A new white paper was published by SGS in April 2014 about 'Allergen Management – An Integral Part of a Safe food Supply Chain'.