Roundup: Processing

Here is your roundup of processing news. Next week’s roundup will focus on new product news. To submit an item for inclusion, please contact Rodney Jack at or Kat Skeates at

  • K+G Wetter has developed a machine that can process both fresh meat and frozen meat blocks quickly and efficiently.
  • Fruitlift, a real-fruit based solution to replace refined sugars in ready-to-eat (RTE) cereals, has installed a lab-scale extrusion plant to integrate Fruitlift into various breakfast cereal applications.
  • Cargill has commenced building work on a new plant in Bebedouro, Brazil to produce HM pectin, a versatile texturising agent derived from citrus fruits.
  • BKON has proven its breakthrough RAIN (Reverse Atmospheric Infusion) technology both increases the freshness of cold brew from 1-2 days to at least 120 days, and extends the life of the beverage for months further.

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