Bar production trends Bosch Packaging Technology
ConfectioneryNews speaks to Peter Dreßler, head of sales for bar production at Bosch Packaging Technology, to find out what bar manufacturers want in today's industry.
Technology will play a more prominent role in the on-going task to supply people with food in the next five to 10 years with intelligent packaging becoming more popular for getting data about shelf-life.
Special Edition: Hygienic Design & Quality Testing
The confectionery industry will move from aluminum surfaces on processing and packaging equipment to stainless steel in the next five years in order to raise sanitation standards, according to Bosch.
After a successful launch in North America, Bosch will showcase its Pack 301 IN inverted horizontal flow wrapper at FachPack 2013, along with technology to maximize product safety for manufacturers.
FoodProductionDaily.com caught up with Realco at the recent IPA trade show in Paris to discuss biofilms and the company’s breakthrough in tackling these slime layers that pose a constant contamination threat for food processors.
Pump maintenance firm builds clean room for food clients
Working with a leading chocolate and confectionery manufacturer, AxFlow has built a clean room for the service and repair of pumps used in the food industry.
Radio frequency heating could remove food pathogens
New disinfection and disinfestant food technology using radio frequency (RF) heating can eliminate microbes and insects without the use of chemicals, claims US investment firm Allied Minds.
Belt washer offers chemical free bacteria elimination, says Vulganus.
Finnish manufacturer Vulganus said that its Steriline Utrasonic belt washer provides processors with a new method of cleaning conveyor belts.
Conveyor belt designed for hygiene needs
A new conveyor belt designed specifically for food manufacturing
allows for more user-friendly maintenance without reducing the
product's strength, its manufacturer says.
Machine-makers highlight hygiene at Interpack
Easy-clean design is a major priority for designers of processing
equipment, say companies at Interpack introducing their latest
innovations to the market.
Filler is faster and more hygienic, says maker
A new filling machine technology specifically designed for chilled
products like milk can allow processors to step up productivity
during packaging, its manufacturer claims.
Wash and go drum for conveyer systems
A new self-cleaning drum, used to drive conveyors, can improve
hygiene in plants and reduce the labour required for cleaning, its
Ilapak displays speedy sweet wrapping technology
Swiss firm Ilapak has brought its latest wrapping technology to
packaging trade fair Emballage with a high speed vertical wrapper.
X-ray system detects tiny contaminants
An X-ray inspection system introduced into Europe this month, can
detect foreign bodies in packed and unpacked fresh foods.
Easy to clean chocolate machine cuts hygiene risks
New chocolate moulding equipment which can be cleaned quickly and
easily has been developed by British firm Spooner Vicars,
targetting manufacturers wary of hygiene considerations.
Cadbury tries to clean up its act
Cadbury Schweppes has been forced to improve cleaning processes at
its Herefordshire factory after last month's recall of
Stacking robot is fastest in world, company claims
A Spanish company claims to have developed what it calls the
fastest robot in the world for the personal care industry.
Lock launches washdown-resistant metal detector
Lock Inspection Systems has developed the X-treme metal detector
liner, designed to withstand intensive washdown environments found
in meat and poultry processing.
Tetra Pak gable top packaging system
Tetra Pak has just launched the latest in its line of gable top
carton packaging systems, which has been specifically designed with
both hygiene and safety in mind.