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Demand for processed food drives global food processing machinery, equipment market

May 14, 2012
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Driven by the growing demand for processed food across geographies, the global market for food processing machinery and equipment is forecast to reach $45 billion
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Indonesia bans US beef imports following mad cow discovery

April 27, 2012
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesian Vice Agrictulture Minister Rusman Heriawan said Thursday the country is suspending imports of U.S. beef until the U.S. government confirms all farms are free of
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Filling & Positioning Depositors

April 23, 2012
NuTEC’s C-Frame Depositors have improved the way many processors deposit fillings for stuffed sandwiches, multiple layered products, stuffed seafood, appetizers and rolled or wrapped product. These Portioning Depositors provide excellent
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Thai food company to invest millions in Australia

April 23, 2012
MELBOURNE, Australia — Thai food company CP Group is planning to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in Australian food and processing in the next five years, ABC reported.
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Campbell Soup appoints new president of Asia division

March 26, 2012
CAMDEN, N.J. — Campbell Soup Company has named Daniel Saw as president – Asia. Saw joins Campbell from Lee Kum Kee, a 124-year-old Chinese company that manufactures Asian condiments,
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Chicken deaths trigger bird flu scare in India

March 19, 2012
PATNA, India — More than 1,500 chickens have died due to a mysterious disease in India’s Siwan district, prompting a fear of a possible bird flu outbreak among poultry
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Co-founder of Red Bull energy drinks dies

March 19, 2012
BANGKOK — Thai billionaire and co-founder of Red Bull energy drinks Chaleo Yoovidhya died Saturday of natural causes in Bangkok, USATODAY.com reported. The self-made billionaire died the third richest
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Polish authorities issue food recalls following industrial salt scandal

March 12, 2012
WARSAW, Poland — Polish health officials are recalling thousands of pounds of food that may contain industrial salt, the Warsaw Business Journal reported. Five men were recently arrested in
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Allens Inc. sells vegetable processing plants to French firm

March 12, 2012
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. — Allens Inc., a food-processing company based in Arkansas, has sold four of its six frozen vegetable processing plants to Bonduelle Group, a privately-held firm based
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Next-Generation Metal Detectors for Difficult Products

March 12, 2012
Integrated “four-quadrant” technology ensures extreme equipment reliability and allows Cassel metal detectors to readily adjust settings to find metals in even the most difficult products such as cheese or high-salt-content
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