GEA is raising the Ahaus (Germany) Test Center’s profile as a key facility dedicated to piloting aseptic processing as well as the filling of sensitive foods and beverages.
Three Sidel and Serac Combis for edible oil have been installed in the bottling facility of Lesieur in the North of France.
The government-funded and industry-led initiative helping UK SMEs drive growth and decarbonise through digitalisation, has now supported its 200th business.
South African cooperative business Golden Macadamias has invested in a Tomra 5C sorting machine with Biometric Signature Identification technology.
Scientists have put Mackie’s of Scotland’s ice cream brand under the microscope, to understand the impact of its new state-of-the-art freezer system on the smoothness of its ice cream.
US-serving Cremer has broadened its offerings of multi-counter machine systems for food & beverage product assortments and variety packs.
German brewery Bergmann Brauerei has invested in a compact KHS Innokeg AF1-C1 for its operations.
The new CM Connect marks the next step in the digitalisation journey to drive innovation and growth for customers in the hygienic processing industries.
ICS Link gives customers 24/7 access to live condition update and history of their assets, allowing them to oversee performance, energy consumption and remotely change set-points.
A food storage technique over 700 years old is at the heart of the way we continue to process world’s favourite foods, build safe medicines and prepare for emergencies, reports Diana Morris of European Freeze Dry.
ABB robots will automate production, enabling the scale and speed required to make California-based Zume’s packaging a cost-effective alternative to single-use plastics.
The AgriTech start-up is presenting an easy plug-in business model for its edible coating that extends the life span of fresh produce.
International technology group Andritz has launched Nutrion, an innovative vacuum drum filter with a hygiene-optimised design that ensures high-quality end products.
Change delivers a 1,500 tonne reduction in carbon emissions per year and represents a further step in CCEP’s ambition to reach net zero by 2040.