Processing

Continuously Operating Ploughshare Mixer

Lödige Process Technology developed a process engineering solution for the production of monocalcium phosphate (MCP). The powder, which is an essential component of feed and phosphate fertilizers, can thus be produced economically in an “all-in-one” process.  Monocalcium      phosphate      (MCP) is formed by the reaction of pure phosphoric acid and calcium ...
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Fast Service from Gear Specialist Ensures Continued Roll Production at Fine Lady Bakeries

When Fine Lady Bakeries, the Banbury based bakery producer, needed to replace a failed gear unit on an operationally vital winding drum that needed to put back into production as quickly as possible, they turned to the nearby located NORD DRIVESYSTEMS GROUP member – NORD GEAR LTD. In ultra-quick time, ...
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Use of filtration technique in juice and wine industry

*Priyanka, Gajanan Deshmukh, P. S, Minz & Chitranayak Sinha Introduction Wine and juice products are a very important part of the processed food industry. As fruits are perishable food products, it is difficult to store the fruits for longer time so as to consume them in the original form. In ...
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India likes to snack – Namkeen snacks

With a perception from consumers that legume-based snacks are a healthier alternative to other snacks due to a higher nutrient content, snack food manufacturers are looking at the use of legumes as a base ingredient for creative and flavorful snack products. Namkeen, the home of legume snacks When it comes ...
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The Right Approach Can Lead to Meaty Profits From Plant-Based Products

Nils Beyer, Food Application Technologist at GEA Food Solutions discusses the growing trend towards plant- based eating habits and how the food processing sector can take advantage of technology to meet the demand for a wider variety of products.Meat replacement products are growing in popularity with consumers, whether for ethical, ...
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Spray Technology and its Applications

Yashashree Bhagat*, Meemansha Sharma**, Ayon Tarafdar*** Spray-drying is converting slurry or liquid feed into dried particulate form by atomizing the feed into a drying chamber where moisture is evaporated through hot air. The history of spray drying is traceable to a US patent issued in 1872 in the name of ...
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How moisture can affect the quality of packaged foods?

Mr. Dinesh Gupta* The consumer pattern of buying and consuming food has evolved quite a bit. The fast-food market has also proliferated in a very short time due to the fast-paced lifestyle, where consumers primarily consider the convenience and easy access to nutritious and appetizing food. The demand for snack ...
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FOOD IRRADIATION : AN INSURANCE FOR FOOD IN 21ST CENTURY

*P. R. Davara & V. P. Sangani Poor post harvest practices including inadequate storage and preservation facilities, as well as adverse climatic conditions, cause heavy losses in India's agricultural and marine produce. With progressive increase in the quantity of food grains and necessity for longer storage periods, these losses will ...
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The Plant-Based Boom – A New High- Capacity Manufacturing Solution to Keep up with Consumer Demand

The global food industry  is  facing  the enormous  challenge  of  feeding  a population of 10 billion people, a number we are expected to reach by 2050. Our food supply chains are very complex, comprising multiple steps, from the farm to storage, transport, processing, retail and ending eventually on the consumer’s ...
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Making Food Processing Quality More Reliable with Vision AI

AI (Artificial Intelligence) makes quality inspections via image processing not only better, but also easier, faster and more efficient to implement. Data Spree from Berlin shows us how. In the food industry in particular, efficiency along the entire value chain is an essential competitive factor. Reliable automation of manufacturing and ...
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