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Quarterly - News September 2020

Process automation, sophisticated machine designs, the development of vegetable products – in this Quarterly on the Anuga FoodTec 2021 we have once again summarised some of the innovations of leading international suppliers of the food and beverage industry. And we also look at what innovations the Fraunhofer researchers have to offer for the food sector this summer.

We hope you enjoy reading all this.

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Your editorial team

Bükert - Assembly directly in field

Assembly directly in field

Bürkert enables the assembly of pneumatic pilot valves without stainless-steel housings directly on site for process valves.

Bükert - Assembly directly in field (.pdf)
K+G Wetter - No-loss mincing

No-loss mincing

K+G Wetter has developed a mincer for processing meat with a new design for mixing without dead space.

K+G Wetter - No-loss mincing (.pdf)
Tomra Food - Flexible sorter

Flexible sorter

Tomra Food presents the next generation of its sorters with new software and optical technology for processing lettuce and leafy vegetables.

Tomra Food - Flexible sorter (.pdf)
Döhler - Meat-free and healthy

Meat-free and healthy

We interviewed: Dr. Alexander Smerz of Döhler about proteins and functional ingredients for the development of vegetable products.

Döhler - Meat-free and healthy (.pdf)
Lagafors - Controlled cleaning

Controlled cleaning

Cleaning bottles properly while at the same time saving resources: With the LogTrace System LTS, Lagafors offers monitoring of all consumptions.

Lagafors - Controlled cleaning (.pdf)
Frauenhofer - Quick test for milk

Quick test for milk

Researchers are developing an early warning system that is intended to help producers reduce costs, time and gallons of product waste in the future.

Frauenhofer - Quick test for milk (.pdf)
Frauenhofer IVV - Packaging and robots

Packaging and robots

Our portrait shows what innovations scientists at the Fraunhofer IVV (Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging) have up their sleeves this summer.

Frauenhofer IVV - Packaging and robots (.pdf)