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Recognising innovation at the Food Processing Awards

Article image The annual Food Processing Awards took place on 19th October at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Coventry. The event took on a particularly jovial tone this year, following a successful Appetite for Engineering event. Full Story...

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Article image New Whitepaper: Managing compressed air contamination risk

As a food and/or beverage producer, you know how important avoiding contaminated air is for your production. Compressed air quality and your product quality are inextricably linked to HACCP applications, so you must be thorough to ensure the utmost safety. Full Story...

Article image Appetite for Engineering 2017 - Pictures from the day

Over 150 delegates attended this year’s Appetite for Engineering event. They left the event more aware of the fact that they need to look at automation technologies to help improve productivity and to give them greater flexibility. Take a look at pictures from the day.Full Story...

Food production: Still lacking entry level quality assurance technology

Foodex event is back in 2018

Priorities for UK waste and recycling policy and developing the circular economy

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Article image Making a financial case for automated temperature monitoring

Quality management plays a crucial role in the food industry – from raw material handling, to process control, right through to the inspection, storage and distribution of finished products. However, many quality checks, to ensure food safety is upheld, are still made and recorded manually. Full Story...

Article image Keeping enclosures cool in a hygienic way

Climate control of electrical enclosures using water cooling can be an efficient solution, especially if there is already a central cold water supply available in the production plant. Because water has a higher thermal capacity than air, liquid cooling can dissipate large quantities of heat. All that’s left to do is to mount suitable air/water heat exchangers on the enclosure. Full Story...

Remote management software added to metal detectors

At-line measurement of degree-of-bake or brownness

Stainless steel scrapers

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Article image What role does refrigeration play in the supply chain?

Controlling the temperature of food across the whole supply chain is vital to extend shelf life. But how much can be gained by food manufacturers through careful monitoring at all process stages?Full Story...

Article image Anheuser-Busch InBev’s distribution strategy model

Over the past 10 years Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev) has grown its global distribution network using a strategy which goes against the grain for traditional brewery specifications. In place of cost and time intensive permanent structures, it has adopted a design-driven approach in partnership with Herchenbach, a manufacturer of temporary buildings and semi-permanent warehouses. Full Story...

Condition monitoring services for a crisp producer

Recognising innovation at the Food Processing Awards

Bio-energy as part of a Clean Growth strategy

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Article image Keeping up with seasonal demand

Article image A sweet bulk bag weigh batching solution?

Article image Never ignore your instruments

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