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Food Tampering

Food Tampering

Made for sorting potatoes by the grower: the new TOMRA 3A improves on the FPS
TOMRA Sorting Food has introduced the TOMRA 3A sensor-based sorting machine for freshly harvested root crops, offering potato growers unrivalled sorting capabilities, dependability, and affordability.
Friday, September 6, 2019
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
Cómo las empresas de alimentos pueden aumentar sus márgenes y reducir sus riesgos
¿Qué es más importante para las empresas alimentarias, la calidad y la seguridad o la cantidad? Existe un claro consenso entre los productores de alimentos, empaquetadores y procesadores: la calidad es crucial.
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Quality vs quantity? How food businesses can  increase margins and reduce risk
What matters more for food businesses, quality and safety or quantity? But does food quality and safety and food quantity have to be opposing factors, so that as output increases quality suffers?
PEI Potato Solutions receives government support as the company invests in the latest sorting equipment
The Government of Canada supports the investment in a Sherlock Separator potato sorter by RWL Holdings LTD (PEI Potato Solutions), a potato washing and sorting facility to optimize potatoes for processing prior to delivery to Cavendish Farms.
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Foreign Object Removal in potato processing: TOMRA 5A removes 98+% of foreign materials after washing and peeling
With worldwide demand for potato products continuing to grow, TOMRA Sorting Food is supporting potato processors by launching an enhanced sorting solution which removes more than 98 percent of all typical foreign objects found in product streams after washing and peeling.
Halifax Police: Unclear if needle came from potatoes
After further investigation of the food tampering report of this weekend, Halifax Police concluded it can not be determined where the needle originated. This additional reporting caused a sigh of relieve among Canadian Potato Packers.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
New Potato Tampering Incident in Halifax linked to Prince Edward Island Potatoes
Earlier today, the Halifax Regional Police announced they received a report of a needle being found in potatoes at a home in Halifax, NS Canada.
Sunday, November 27, 2016