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What could a robot do for you?

Historically robotics have been deployed downstream in applications such as packing and palletising. However, as robot technology advances and consumer demands grow, manufacturers need to consider implementing automated processes further upstream within their operations. 



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Organising a pick-up in a brewery

20/05/2019

Find out why one brewery has introduced a space-saving robotic solution to handle end-of-line tasks. ...

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Pumping away viscous waste

20/05/2019

An on-site trial at a ciabatta bread bakery has demonstrated that it is possible to successfully pump viscous, sticky dough products, even when they a...

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Tackling the cost of food production residues with biotech

20/05/2019

Chris Hughes talks about the costs of food production waste disposal and the experiences of food producers who have made use of onsite exothermic tech...

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Training: the challenges and the opportunities

20/05/2019

Nik Watson looks at the training challenges and opportunities that now face managers and their staff in the food and beverage sector, whether they are...

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Anaerobic digestion: myth busting

13/05/2019

Steven Wilcox provides some insight into the benefits of anaerobic digestion for food processors – even SMEs. ...

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Conveying systems move towards Industry 4.0

13/05/2019

An innovative drive solution looks set to make conveying systems suitable for integration into Industry 4.0 operations. ...

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Building a strategy for success

11/05/2019

Food Processing spoke to the new chief engineer at Weetabix Food Company to find out more about the company’s engineering strategies and visions. ...

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BS 8580-1 explained

06/05/2019

Anthony Wise explains what the latest update to British Standard 8580-1 means for food and beverage manufacturers. ...

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A food business is born

06/05/2019

Food Processing finds out how one entrepreneur’s idea moved from being a home-based artisanal opportunity to becoming a fully-fledged manufacturing op...



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Training: the challenges and the opportunities

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In-line process control in the meat industry

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Laboratory analysis of meat and meat analysis is common to the food and often remains the legal means of declaring a result. However, due to the delay...

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Overcoming apprenticeship challenges

20/05/2019

The National Skills Academy for Food and Drink (NSAFD) recently released a ‘State of the Nation’ report, which looks at the health of the UK’s food an...

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Hygienic drainage for food safety

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Establishing effective hygiene in food processing operations means combining good building design with the effective specification and installation of...