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And the 2018 Food Processing Award winners are…

Article image There were nine Food Processing Awards up for grabs this year. The judging panel whittled it down to three finalists in each category and we left it to the readers of Food Processing to decide the winners, which were announced at an awards ceremony in Coventry on 18th October.Full Story...


Article image Oil-free air compressor promises greater efficiencies

Atlas Copco has introduced a new version of its ZT 90-160 air-cooled oil-free screw air compressor, including re-designed compressor elements that have been adapted to work more energy efficiently. Full Story...

Impact on humans of the robotic revolution

Nigel Smith investigates why so many food manufacturers are resisting the use of robotics. Full Story...

What might you be asked to produce next year?

Market intelligence agency Mintel has identified three forward-looking trends which it believes will lead the momentum of global food and drink innovation in 2019 and beyond. Full Story...

New Whitepaper: A guide to including your steam system in your HACCP

Incorrect lubrication is responsible for one-third of equipment failures

Smarten up and address food waste

Seminar: Priorities for the UK food and drink industry - competitiveness, supply chains and engaging with policy change

Test kitchen for tray sealing

Work begins on site of new Sheffield Hallam University research centre

Britvic chooses filtration solution

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Article image Hygienic sensors for the food processing industry

Like a delicate balancing act, the food processing industry walks a thin line between food safety and equipment efficiency and sensors are playing an increasingly important role. BAUMER offers a wide range of products which meet the international requirements of food processing applications including its Hygienic Connection (BHC). This is a good example of how clever design can help reduce bacteria contamination in process streams and actively contribute towards food safety. Full Story...

Tackling the “common pain points” in safety

Unigloves expands Pearl Colour System to help manage cross-contamination risks in food sector

You can’t manage what you don’t measure

Reduce human error and eliminate up to 95% of workplace injuries

Rotary moulder puts the focus on hygiene and cleanability

Making food safe to consume

Minebea Intec offers turbo-charged service with miRemote

Fulton’s VSRT promises highest efficiencies and ultra-low NOX emissions and now comes with a 10-year warranty!

Automation: The key to putting dinner on the table


Article image ERP system helps Kendal Nutricare hit the ground running

Article image New Whitepaper: The unsung hero of boilerhouse efficiency

Article image Join the food engineering debate

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