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CMARK International expands food service equipment range
By FBR Staff Writer
CMARK International has expanded its brand of food service equipment, ‘Columbia Food Equipment’ to include a full line of commercial refrigeration equipment.
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UN agency launches new project to improve food security in Egypt
By FBR Staff Writer
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has announced a $3m project to improve food security and nutrition in Egypt.
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Cool-Therm launches energy-efficient chiller for food industry
By FBR Staff Writer
UK-based Cool-Therm, its partners and Italian manufacturer Geoclima have launched an energy-efficient chiller for the food manufacturing industry, which is capable of lowering energy costs by 60%.
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India to invest $43m to establish, upgrade abattoirs
By FBR Staff Writer
The Indian food processing ministry plans to invest INR2.4bn ($43m) to set up new abattoirs and upgrade the existing ones.
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FTNON develops Stir drying technique for fresh cut industry
By FBR Staff Writer
Food Technology Noord-Oost Nederland (FTNON), a Holland-based food technology equipment provider, has developed Stir, an air dryer for drying fresh salads, vegetables and herbs.
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US researchers develop robot to debone chicken
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) have developed a new prototype system which uses advanced imaging technology and robotic cutting arm to accurately debone chicken and other poultry products.
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DKSH to open second innovation center in India
By FBR Staff Writer
Zurich-based DKSH is planning to open its second innovation center in Mumbai, India by the end of this month for an undisclosed amount. The initiative is a part of its strategy to help confectionery and bakery products manufacturers to introduce innovative products.
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JBT FoodTech secures freezing equipment renovation contract
By FBR Staff Writer
JBT FoodTech, an American food processing machinery provider owned by JBT, has signed a $5m contract for the renovation of freezing equipment at a US-based food processing facility.
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Researchers to develop new technique to measure meat quality
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers in Scotland are working on a new project that aims to use robots to determine the quality of meat, an innovation which could lead to significant savings for the meat industry.
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JBT FoodTech secures bakery equipment supply contract
By FBR Staff Writer
JBT FoodTech, an American food processing machinery provider owned by JBT, has signed a $4m bakery freezing and chilling equipment supply contract with an international food and beverage manufacturer.
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TUEV SUED acquires food testing laboratory SFDK
By FBR Staff Writer
TUEV SUED, a German firm which provides global testing, certification, inspection and training, has acquired Laboratorio de Analise de Produtos Ltda (SFDK), a food testing laboratory in Brazil.
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Recycled Energy Development to set up CHP projects at Dean Foods
By FBR Staff Writer
Recycled Energy Development (RED) has announced that it has won a contract to set up combined heat and power (CHP) projects at Dean Foods’ facilities in City of Industry, California, and Franklin, Massachusetts.
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ITC to set up second noodle facility in Kolkata
By FBR Staff Writer
Indian conglomerate ITC plans to establish a second noodle manufacturing facility in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal state, in a tie-up with Keventer Group. The INR500m plant ($9m) will manufacture Sunfeast Yippee Noodles with a production capacity of 50 tonnes of instant noodles per day.
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World Bank approves $120m to implement food technology in West Africa
By FBR Staff Writer
The World Bank has approved $120m in financing to improve food production in Ghana and Senegal by spreading new agricultural technologies, as a part of the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme.
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Monsanto to acquire Precision Planting for $210m
US-based multinational agricultural biotechnology Monsanto has entered into an agreement to acquire planting technology developer Precision Planting, for $210m. The agreement also includes a performance-based payment of up to $40m.
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