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TOMRA: It's time to end food waste
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
Food waste is a global, billion-dollar problem. As global leader in food sorting and peeling technology we try to be very vocal about food waste, addressing the problem and offering solutions to improve the supply chain.
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TOMRA: Automation Essential To Sustainable Success
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
Continued advances in automation and robotics are making the global food manufacturing and processing industries safer, more efficient and able to deliver higher profits.
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TOMRA: Energy Consumption & Efficiency
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
As environmental scrutiny of global industries continues to grow, governments are seeking to impose energy efficiency targets on companies in order to comply with new directives. One solution is to encourage energy suppliers to become energy service companies, who work with customers to identify potential savings and share the benefits this delivers.
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TOMRA: Cross Out Contamination
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 600 million people – almost 10 per cent of the global population – fall ill after eating contaminated food. With safety regulations and global demand for food on the rise, optical and sensor-based sorting has become a necessity rather than a luxury for many producers who have previously relied upon manual sorting and inspection.
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TOMRA: Making The Most of Food
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
In order to meet the global population’s growing demand for food, research by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) predicts that the worldwide food manufacturing and processing industries need to increase their total output by 70 per cent by 2050.
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TOMRA: Time to Sort Out Food Waste
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
Almost a third of all food produced worldwide is never eaten, leading to 1.3 billion tons of food waste each year. This includes around 45 per cent of all fruit and vegetables and 20 per cent of meat. Just one quarter of this wasted food could feed the 795 million chronically hungry people around the world.
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TOMRA: Food Safety First is the Order of the Day
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
Data revealing aflatoxins to be the biggest cause of food related recalls demonstrates the important role effective sorting and quality analysis systems can play in boosting food safety on the production line.
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Corporate Sustainability: A Guide to Measuring and Improving Energy Efficiencies
| By TOMRA Sorting Food
As environmental scrutiny of global industries continues to grow, governments are seeking to impose energy efficiency targets on companies in order to comply with new directives. One solution is to encourage energy suppliers to become energy service companies, who work with customers to identify potential savings and share the benefits this delivers.
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Storage and Transportation of Powders
| By Munters
Caking of powders and granules is a frequent problem in the food and chemical industries leading to halts in production and product losses.
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Dry Air Helps Sausages Mature Faster
| By Munters
The process of manufacturing meat products consists of various specific steps combined in such a way that unique products are obtained with characteristic ingredients and flavours. This stepped process is applied for making raw sausages like salami.
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Maximise your Powder Production
| By Munters
The sale prices of powders are getting increasingly higher, production tools cost more, so it is now more than ever necessary to maximise the production of your atomising tower and fluidized bed.
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Tastier Lettuce with Munters
| By Munters
Munters develops and manufactures dehumidifiers for the food industry, controlling the effects that humidity can cause in the production processes.
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Learn More About Dehumidification and Munters
| By Munters
On our extensive homepage www.munters.co.uk you will fnd all the information you might need. The homepage provides you with updated information on our dehumidification systems and here you can download datasheets on our complete products range for your personal use. By registering you can gain access to technical manuals and data programmes for sizing our equipment, and you will find drawings of our units - ready to paste into your own technical sketches.
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Dehumidification in the Dairy Industry
| By Munters
For most companies the dry winter climate is preferable to the humid summer climate when comparing operating conditions. In wintertime the drying process is faster and the risk of mould is reduced. Condensation and even ice build-up on cold surfaces is less. In winter hygroscopic products absorb less or no humidity from the ambient air, pneumatic conveying of hygroscopic products can take place without interruptions if the transportation air is dry.
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Increased Productivity in Spray Drying Applications
| By Munters
In summer, when the moisture content in the air is high, the operating conditions are less advantageous than in winter, when the water content in the air is low. In humid conditions there is a greater tendency for the powder to become sticky and cause more downtime. Obtaining stability and achieving a consistent quality output is desired in the spray drying process.
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