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PPM Technologies announces merger with Wright Machinery.
Key Technology announced the appointment of Golden State Food Machinery as its exclusive sales representative in California, south of Fresno; Nevada, excluding the Reno metropolitan area; and all of Arizona and Hawaii.
Key Technology's Optyx Sorter can be used for removing foreign material and separating off-grade product that can be reworked from the primary product.
Nonthermal pulsed electric field technology gets a boost from Arla Foods, European 'Smartmilk' researchers.
Key Technology's three-way sorting capability allows food processors to produce a quality finished product without losing recoverable off-grade product.
Lab testing will always be the gold standard in food inspection, but rising throughput rates are leading to more quality assurance at the point of production.
Visual effect technology enhances product line innovation.
Sensient Colors expands its aluminum-free options using Microfine technology; also offers new shades and oil-based dispersions.
FoodProcessing.com examines six equipment products available for the food and beverage industry February 2010.
Clextral's die and cutter technology provides the tools to create innovative three dimensional shapes for snack manufacturers.
Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed introduced the XS3 AdvanChek X-ray CombiWeigher, which combines checkweighing and x-ray inspection technologies in one space-saving system.
Ark-Plas Products manufactures a complete line of flexible tubing for pneumatic and fluid applications.
Key Technology introduces the new high-volume Optyx 6000 Series Sorter with Raptor Laser Technology. Featuring a doublewide platform that harnesses the horsepower of Keys G6 engine, Optyx 6000 Raptor detects the smallest defects and foreign material to optimize product quality and maximize food ...
ID Technology, a Fort Worth, Texas-based provider of labeling, coding and marking solutions, announced June 21 that its Knock-Down Carton Label Printer Applicator system now applies printed and encoded RFID labels.
Key Technology introduces ADR 5, an automatic defect removal system for potato strips, which enables processors to accurately match product quality to specifications.
Scientific Technologies, Inc.'s Automation Products Group's new VBL Series of vibrating level sensors is designed for use in medium or large sized hoppers, with multiple versions available to satisfy a variety of application requirements.
SAKOR Technologies, Inc. has introduced the DynoLAB LT, a low-cost, complete turn-key system for electric motor testing.
Rad Natural Technologies Ltd. introduces an advanced formulation of lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) extract as part of its Origanox line to combat oxidation in food.
Extended shelf life, a clean label and quality assurance for ready-to-eat meats are benefits with appeal to processors, and high pressure is one of the technologies that deliver them.
Encapsulation technologies protect key ingredients and deliver them at just the right moment.
In a difficult year, new ingredients and technologies still manage to shine in Food Technologists annual show.
X-ray, metal detection and vision technologies keep the quality in your packaging systems.
Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D. has been named by President John Anderson as the new director and vice president of the National Center for Food Safety and Technology at Illinois Institute of Technology.
The EPA has conditionally approved Selectrocide, a chlorine dioxide product from Selective Micro Technologies, as a disinfectant, sanitizer and algaecide for applications in the horticulture and food processing industries.
IFT's hometown Chicago hosts the annual ingredients and food technology show in July. Find an exhibitor list at the end of this article.