These are all the posts that have been tagged with technology.
Interpack has closed its doors for another three years. The show is reporting a record attendance of 2,865 companies, with 170,500 visitors walking the halls.
Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on Shelf Life news.
Based on its LX2000e Colour Label Printer and designed for applications that need extremely durable labels, the new LX1000e from Primera Technology is an entry level unit using pigment ink.
Ravenwood Packaging has unveiled the VXR, combining vision, x-ray and seal check technology. It provides an all inclusive process for the seamless production of sleeving, contaminate detection and sealing of trays.
ITW Pillar Technologies has announced the development of induction sealing coil technology designed with the capacity to seal nearly all containers with dispensing features.
The supplier of industrial weighing and inspection technologies will present, among other things, its full product portfolio in the area of foreign body detection. Minebea Intec continues to expand its foreign body detection product range with the introduction of a new X-ray inspection system: “Dymond Bulk” is set to be unveiled at the Interpack trade […]
The supplier of industrial weighing and inspection technologies will present, among other things, its full product portfolio in the area of foreign body detection.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
Food technology company Unavoo, in partnership with its investor ED&F Man, is launching a new product that will fully eliminate added sugar and artificial sweeteners from food and drinks.
Almost two thirds of nutrition companies are implementing new forms of technology, with around half increasing their R&D spend this year, according to new research.
Business secretary Greg Clark MP and UK food and drink industry chief executives will come together at the Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF) forthcoming Convention to address the triple challenges of Brexit, obesity and the new industrial strategy.
After just 12 months in business, The Great British Biscotti Co in Christchurch, Dorset, UK, is meeting rising demand – and now national distribution – for its range of biscuits with the installation earlier this year of a PFM Pearl entry level flow wrapper, capable of 150 packs a minute.
Spanish olive processor Grupo Elayo is extracting the seeds from inside olive pits using Sortex technology from the Bühler Group.
Finnish dairy Juustoportti worked with Gerhard Schubert on its sleeve packed cups of yogurt and cottage cheese.