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Integrated Food Projects

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Ensuring sustainability in the plant-based protein sector

Nigel Devine explains how and why plant-based protein manufacturers need to valorise their by-products to ensure sustainable production in this growing market sector. FULL STORY...

The blender starts production

Manufacturing has started at innocent’s new carbon-neutral factory at ‘the blender’ in the Port of Rotterdam. FULL STORY...

Proactively overcoming maintenance challenges

Moving to a proactive maintenance strategy can help reduce the stress levels experienced by many maintenance teams. Suzanne Gill reports. FULL STORY...

Is automation key to success in a post-covid world?

Our world has changed rapidly in 2020, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. So, is now a good time for food processors to move forward with automation as a strategic priority? Suzanne Gill reports. FULL STORY...

Moving forward proactively

Suzanne Gill finds out more about the benefits of moving from a reactive to a proactive maintenance strategy. FULL STORY...

Embracing change

Ed Keenan believes that the journey towards a smart food factory must start with a desire to embrace change. FULL STORY...

Recycling: a clear message is needed

As public opinion turns against plastic packaging, manufacturers and retailers need to step up efforts to find alternatives. However, without clear direction from the Government and local authorities, there is a danger that consumers will simply end up confused about what can be recycled, says Ed Keenan. FULL STORY...