Campden BRI has begun investigating how to minimise over-processing to help manufacturers maintain product quality, reduce energy costs and increase profitability.
Dortmund-based KHS Group has developed its new Innopack Kisters CNP (Carton Nature Packer) that processes can toppers made of cardboard at a rate of up to 108,000 cans per hour.
A joint project between SwissDeCode, Microbion, IATA CSIC and the University of Helsinki is looking for food corporates to test its new digital certification platform in real industry settings.
Fortress Technology has expanded its new range of intelligent inspection systems for food manufacturers developing IoT lines, including an XL version for bulk applications.
The benefits and potential of combined heat and power (CHP) technology are being increasingly recognised by UK food and beverage manufacturers post-pandemic, according to a new survey by Aggreko.
GEA has launched the new GEA OptiSlicer 6000 that includes a range of technological advancements to slice meat and cheese products more efficiently.
A new three-day online course will cover the limitations and new possibilities of digitalisation to help food businesses understand how to implement Industry 4.0 and modernise their systems.
Foresight Group LLP has invested £4 million into MRMK, a specialist UK manufacturer of machine knives for the food production and packaging industries.
DTM Print, international OEM and solution provider for specialty printing systems, is introducing a manual feed option along with custom food trays to its Eddie edible ink desktop printer.
Batory Foods, a US national sales and supply chain management solutions provider of commodity and specialty food ingredients, has undertaken a major supplier source streamlining effort on behalf of a leading US company.
Clearly Drinks has begun production on a new canning facility and one of the first products off the line will be Northumbria Spring, pure British spring water.
3M Food Safety has been awarded a contract from the US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) for Campylobacter detection within poultry.
The launch follows increased demands from food manufacturers for improved hygiene and cleaning efficiency for inspection equipment, as well as reduced machinery downtime.