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September 01, 2020
Powered by Industry 4.0 methodologies and IIoT (the Industrial Internet of Things), modern sorters are increasingly being utilized as data centers at the same time they sort product and are uniquely qualified to contribute to the data revolution.
December 12, 2019
TOMRA Food has just introduced the TOMRA 3A, a vision sorter for the separation of a range of Foreign Material from unwashed potatoes. The TOMRA 3A will be showcased for the first time in North America at Potato Expo 2020 in Las Vegas
September 06, 2019
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.
September 02, 2019
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have developed a new approach that helps public agencies and commercial interests combat fraudulently-labelled organic foods.
July 30, 2019
Sensor-based sorter manufacturer TOMRA offers their insights on the impact of sorting technology on food safety in the Potato Processing Industry
March 19, 2019
Manufacturer of optical sorters for the potato processing industry Key Technology Introduces New Sort-to-Grade® Capabilities for VERYX® Digital Sorters
January 09, 2019
Key Technology, introduces their enhanced FMAlert™ software for VERYX® digital sorters. FMAlert captures and saves digital images of foreign material (FM) contaminants
January 01, 2019
In this interview for Avebe Magazine, Emir Suljic, Production manager at Avebe Stadex in Malmö, Sweden describes his position and how he sees his job.
November 20, 2018
Food businesses will have to change to stay competitive – online, in-store, and at sorting and processing plants too. Bjorn Thumas, Director Business Development Food at TOMRA Food, looks at what we can expect.
September 06, 2018
¿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.