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Council aims to advance High Pressure Processing (HPP) as critical technology for the food and beverage industry.
Discover more about the advantages provided by high pressure processing for Ready-to-Eat Meals.
Cold pasteurization may be a regulatory non-starter, but kinder, gentler treatments are being commercialized, providing processors alternatives to conventional thermal treatments.
Cold Pressure Council hopes success stories and greater scientific understanding will help expand use of "cold pasteurization."
As high-pressure processing becomes more high-volume, its price comes down and its advantages become more obvious.
Pasteurization with high pressure is becoming a mainstream process, particularly for juice and food companies seeking clean labels. A national network of service providers is developing to serve them.
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.
Natural sweeteners, high-pressure pasteurization, resistant starch and robots are modern marvels changing the way we make food.
Food processing’s great paradox is thermal treatment, which preserves but also destroys food nutrients. Having the cake and eating it, too, is the goal of multiple technologies, chief among them HPP.
Instead of basic services only, tolling services are pushing into turnkey solutions for clients.
Technology is front and center as beverage processors respond to growing demand for fresh, minimally processed products.
From deli meats and hot dogs to fresh-cut produce and dips, ready-to-eat foods merit special interventions.
Industrial-scale machinery helps clean-label drinks expand beyond juice-bar sales, while processors keep a wary eye open for signs that cold-pressed’s popularity may be waning.
Greek yogurt invigorated the whole yogurt category, but its acid whey byproduct has created disposal and reuse problems.
Sandridge Food Corp. mates high-pressure processing to traditional processes to achieve freshness and meet growing demand for fresh, refrigerated foods.
After a scare when product showed up with listeria in Georgia in 2005, Guy Giordano of Vincent Giordano Corp. bought an HPP system as a food safety measure.
While rationalizing underutilized assets is the norm for declining categories, growth products require new technologies.
Product protection sometimes is the only mission of food packages. More often, it’s only the start.
Thermal pasteurization systems continue to improve, giving food and beverage processors an expanding universe of alternative treatments that align with changing market demands.
Council tackles challenge of educating consumers about the nonthermal pasteurization technology.
Our five breakthrough technologies use different kinds of energy in novel ways to push the boundaries of what’s achievable in processing.
High-Pressure Processing allows manufacturers of organic food and beverage products to keep the products safe and healthy.