Quarterly - News December 2018

Welcome to our latest issue of the AFT-Quarterly, the key to the fascinating world of food technology.

Again there is game-changing news to report from the areas of technology, ingredients and food analysis, supplemented by the presentation of the European research project OLEUM and a food technology research institute.

We wish you interesting reading.

Kind regards,
Your editorial team

High-quality ready meals

Micvac - High-quality ready meals

Micvac has developed a new process by which chilled ready meals are created using a microwave tunnel.

Micvac - High-quality ready meals (.pdf)

Washing line for vegetables

Vortex - Washing line for vegetables

The Kronen Vortex line has been developed for the final treatment stage for vegetables to achieve germ reduction and prolongation of shelf life.

Vortex - Washing line for vegetables (.pdf)

New packaging system

Sealpac - New packaging system

Danish seafood processor Vega Salmon is one of the early adopters of the FlatSkin® packaging system by Sealpac for its hot-smoked salmon products.

Sealpac - New packaging system (.pdf)

Going gluten free

Kröner - Going gluten free

There does not have to be a conflict between going gluten-free and enjoying the excellent taste and functional properties that wheat has to offer.

Kröner - Going gluten free (.pdf)

Food authenticity analysis

DIL - Food authenticity analysis

This year the new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy Laboratory was started up at the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL).

DIL - Food authenticity analysis (.pdf)

Preventing olive oil fraud

OLEUM - Preventing olive oil fraud

The OLEUM project develops new and improves existing analytical methods for detecting fraud and ensuring quality of olive oil.

OLEUM - Preventing olive oil fraud (.pdf)

Technische Universität Dresden

Technische Universität Dresden

With 18 faculties in five schools the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) offers a broad variety of 121 degree courses and covers a wide research spectrum.

Technische Universität Dresden (.pdf)