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Articles Tagged with ''food & beverage''

Scottish researchers introduce new food processing technology

January 14, 2013
A new technology that can increase the shelf-life of food products by up to three times the normal period of time, while preserving their freshness and nutritional qualities, has been developed by Scottish researchers from Queen Margaret University.
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Sanitary Vibratory Conveyors

January 10, 2013
Sanitary vibratory conveyors from process equipment manufacturer The Witte Co. combine proprietary vibrating technology with continuously welded stainless steel troughs to effectively convey high value and sensitive materials while safeguarding against product contamination and protecting particle shape and integrity.
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Electric Tote Warming Oven

January 7, 2013
Manufacturers have traditionally utilized secondary or back-up spill containment such as a nearby dyke, but the Sahara Hot Box has the capacity to contain a full tote release.
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Cargill invests in Indian food processing sector

January 7, 2013
U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill has announced plans to invest in India's fast-developing processed food sector by constructing a $73 million corn milling unit.
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Canadian frozen beef burgers recalled over E.coli threat

January 2, 2013
Concerns over possible disease outbreak caused by E.coli found in frozen burgers in Canada have prompted an extensive investigation by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and a recall of products.
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Investigation reveals safety issues in beef processing plants

December 20, 2012
An investigation by the Kansas City Star has exposed serious safety issues related to the U.S. beef processing industry.
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DNA amplification, bioluminescence and safety in food processing

June 4, 2012

It is estimated that there are as many as two million to four million cases of salmonellosis every year in the U.S. alone. Indications are that combating this and other pathogens is going to take food processors — if they aren’t already there — into the world of molecular biology.


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