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Quarterly - News March 2021

Dear Sir or Madam,

Anuga FoodTec, which was scheduled to take place in March, has been postponed until 26 to 29 April 2022 due to the pandemic. Until then, we will continue to keep you up to date with our Quarterly. Find out more about the trade fair's diverse topics right now. About hygiene stations with mask check, about new ways of checking for foreign objects and about how dairies can help to structure the energy revolution, for instance.

We hope you enjoy reading about these topics.

Yours sincerely,

Your Editorial Team


AFT 2022

Here you will find the statement of Oliver Frese - COO of Koelnmesse.

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DLG - Prof Riehn

Professional meeting place 2022

Anuga FoodTec 2022 will be the professional meeting place for the international food technology and supplier industry, which we missed this year.

Here you can find the statement of Dr. med. vet. Katharina Riehn, Member of the board and Vice President DLG Competence Center Food.

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All industry topics

From Industry 4.0 to smart packaging and intralogistics: Anuga FoodTec 2022 will be showing the solutions that are crucial for flexible production.

See all topics (.pdf)
Hard plastic

Better checks

Are there foreign objects in the dessert? The sensor technology from Food Radar Systems is making pumpable foods safer.

Read more (.pdf)
Person with computer

Immediate assistance when things grind to a halt

Starting right now, Tomra is using the augmented reality tool Visual Assist to ensure the continuous availability of its sorters.

Read more (.pdf)
GEA MultiJector

Curing and marinating

GEA has developed a new system for brine filtration that optimises the injection process.

Read more (.pdf)
Hygienic conveyor belts

Access denied

Who can enter which part of a production facility when depends on numerous hygiene aspects. The personnel hygiene stations from Mohn offer security.

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Fewer bitter substances

So far, rapeseed protein has remained largely unused due to its abnormal flavour. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich are working towards changing this.

Read more (.pdf)
Project members

Helping to structure the energy revolution

Portrait: the Research Group of the German Food Industry (FEI) offers small and medium-sized companies access to food research with practical relevance.

Stimuli for 14 industries (.pdf)