In times like these, companies have put digitisation at the top of their list of priorities. And this also includes robots in hygiene design as well as flexibly convertible extruders. You can find out more about this in the current Quarterly. We are also reporting on plant proteins and lifestyles that shape consumer behaviour. And finally, we will be taking a look at the new Centre for Residue Analysis at ifp.
We wish you an entertaining read.
Your Editorial Team
Membrane filtration technology by GEA enables Finnish breweries to produce non-alcoholic beer with its original character.Alcohol-free enjoyment (.pdf)
Fully encapsulated, highly dynamic and washable – Stäubli introduces four-axle vehicles for use with open foodstuffs.Hygienic Scara (.pdf)
Newly developed adapter considerably reduces set-up times for meat substitutes on Coperion food extruders.Flexible production (.pdf)
Handling of milk trays
High-performance KOCH palletisers ensure greater output efficiency at Arla Foods in Pronsfeld.Handling of milk trays (.pdf)
Fibre with potential
An interview: Michael Gusko of GoodMills Innovation on the intestinal health benefits of High-MAC wheat fibre.Fibre with potential (.pdf)
Sluice with access barrier
Hygiene is an absolute must wherever employees enter production areas. Mohn Highline grants entry only after disinfection has been carried out.Sluice with access barrier (.pdf)