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Quarterly - News June 2019

The current issue of the AFT Quarterly takes you once again into the world of food technology. Learn more about fully automated sorting solutions in confectionery production, new technologies for efficient plant cleaning in meat processing, and innovative approaches to improve the nutritional properties of processed foods.

We wish you an interesting and informative read.

TOMRA’S Nimbus Sorter successfully automates confectionery sorting at Swizzels Matlow, a UK family business that produces sugar confectionery.

New sorting solution

TOMRA’S Nimbus Sorter successfully automates confectionery sorting at Swizzels Matlow, a UK family business that produces sugar confectionery.

New sorting solution (.pdf)
Fraunhofer - Cleaning 4.0

Cleaning 4.0

Among the newest developments of Fraunhofer IVV are new technologies for the efficient cleaning of meat processing plants and machinery.

Fraunhofer - Cleaning 4.0 (.pdf)
Bettcher - Next generation tools

Next generation tools

The new tools by Bettcher enable the company’s meat industry customers to further optimize production yield, and thereby increase throughput and profit.

Bettcher - Next generation tools (.pdf)
Böcker - Traditional sourdough

Traditional sourdough

Using pumpable sourdough pastes by Böcker, bakers can produce easily bakery products with nutritionally valuable ingredients.

Böcker - Traditional sourdough (.pdf)
Recrystallisation

Recrystallisation

Generally, honey tends to crystallize. Other than with honey varieties such as oilseed rape or sunflower honey this effect is not desirable.

Recrystallisation (.pdf)
Fat reduction

Fat reduction

Two new research projects in the context of EIT Food aim to improve the nutrional properties of processed food.

Fat reduction (.pdf)
TU Munich

TU Munich

At the School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan, the study course Brewing and beverage technology embodies a flexible and modern university course.

TU Munich (.pdf)