Bühler AG has announced a strategic partnership with the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL) to work together on the next generation of extruded meat substitutes.
Stahmanns has also reported a tripled output, and managed to retain its entire staff count while increasing profitability during the current Covid-19 climate.
Family-owned Turkish frozen food producer, Fine Food, has invested in Bühler’s latest technology to meet its growing individually quick frozen (IQF) product capacity needs.
Bühler and Big Idea Ventures are joining forces to accelerate the success journey of promising start-ups creating great tasting alternatives to animal-derived protein products.
Former colleagues remember inventor and engineer Herbert Max Fraenkel who sadly passed away aged 95, at home in London. Fraenkel helped to design the world’s first Sortex Sorter known as the SORTEX G1, launched in 1947.
In six weeks, Bühler transformed its physical interpack programme into a fully digital experience, open from 12-15 May at: virtualworld.buhlergroup.com.
Bühler will take this occasion to focus on digital communication alternatives, virtual presentations, and online conversations to keep customers fully up-to-date.
The facility brings together a pilot plant featuring Bühler extrusion and processing equipment and a kitchen and flavour laboratory by Givaudan.
More than 800 decision-makers and partners from across the food sector came together for Bühler’s Networking Days in Uzwil, Switzerland. The focus of the two-day event is on the question of how it will be possible in 2050 to feed a global population of almost ten billion people sustainably and healthily. “Climate change and the […]