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Food Processing Sensors

Food Processing Sensors

Getting to the Root of Food Safety in the Potato Industry
Sensor-based sorter manufacturer TOMRA offers their insights on the impact of sorting technology on food safety in the Potato Processing Industry
Successful test measurement in french fries production at Bergia Frites in the Netherlands.(Courtesy: GEA / Bergia Frites)
Successful test measurement in french fries production at Bergia Frites in the Netherlands.
Key Technology Introduces New Sort-to-Grade® Capabilities for VERYX® Digital Sorters
Manufacturer of optical sorters for the potato processing industry Key Technology Introduces New Sort-to-Grade® Capabilities for VERYX® Digital Sorters
TOMRA CEO discusses TOMRA Food’s capabilities and future aspirations at Fruit Logistica
Stefan Ranstrand, TOMRA’s President and Chief Executive Officer, chose Fruit Logistica 2019 to give a speech on TOMRA Food’s exhibition stand about the company’s unique offering, values, and future aspirations.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Improve your French Fry Line with these Innovations from Kiremko
At Interpom | Primeurs 2018, held in Kortrijk Xpo from November 25 -27, Kiremko will launch its latest innovation in the field of frying oil filtering: the Kiremko Primary Oil Filter.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Insort presents its first end-of-line sorter for frozen french fries at Interpom 2018 – the Sherlock Hybrid.
Insort presents its first end-of-line sorter for frozen french fries at Interpom 2018 – the SHERLOCK HYBRID.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la producción de alimentos
Cuál es su rol en el sector agropecuario? Es un tema a discutirse durante las Jornadas de Inmersión en AgTech, que se realizarán entre el 6 y 7 de noviembre, en la ciudad argentina de Rosario.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
How to measure if a potato is PEF-treated just right?
In Pulsed Electric Field Treatment of potato, the treatment intensity needs to be monitored to optimize process performance and product yield. So how can that be done?