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Tetra Pak launches cheddar cheese blockforming unit
By FBR Staff Writer
Swedish food processing and packaging company Tetra Pak has launched Tetra Tebel Blockformer, its new cheddar cheese blockforming unit.
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Functional Technologies signs yeast technology agreement
By FBR Staff Writer
Functional Technologies has announced that it has signed an agreement with a leading European producer of sweet and savoury baked goods, snacks and confectionaries, to evaluate its proprietary acrylamide-preventing (AP) yeast technology.
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Wipro to improve Premier Foods' supply chain
By FBR Staff Writer
UK-based food company Premier Foods has chosen Wipro, an Indian information technology services company, as its strategic technology partner.
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Knoll America launches double spindle pump
By FBR Staff Writer
Knoll America, the US subsidiary of the German company Knoll Maschinenbau, has launched Double Spindle Pump DSP, a pump system for plasticising and pumping viscous food material in solid block form.
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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy could identify food taste: Study
By FBR Staff Writer
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) could be used as a magnetic tongue, to taste food and identify ingredients that are recognised by people as sour, bitter, and sweet, according to a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
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New technology could identify salmonella in food
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers at University of Pennsylvania and Alabama State University are developing a new biosensor nanotechnology that could determine the presence of salmonella in contaminated food or animals, and control food poisoning outbreaks.
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EnWave signs technology evaluation agreement with Ocean Spray
By FBR Staff Writer
EnWave has announced that it has entered into an Technology Evaluation & License Option Agreement with Ocean Spray Cranberries for the use of EnWave's nutraREV food dehydration technology.
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GasPorOx to develop new laser to measure shelf-life extending gases
By FBR Staff Writer
Sweden-based GasPorOx is developing a new laser designed to measure the amount of shelf-life extending gases and oxygen in a sealed food packaging, an innovation which could improve food safety and quality.
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SPX to acquire e&e Verfahrenstechnik
By FBR Staff Writer
SPX has announced that its Flow Technology segment entered into a definitive agreement to acquire e&e Verfahrenstechnik (e&e), a German company which makes equipment for extraction, evaporation, vacuum and freeze drying food.
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Macphie to evaluate ultrasound use in bakery
By FBR Staff Writer
Scotland-based bakery ingredients company Macphie of Glenbervie has been granted a funding of £500,000 to lead a research project to evaluate the use of ultrasound in bakery to produce healthier products.
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QMS to develop new testing system for Scotch beef
By FBR Staff Writer
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is set to develop a new testing system, which can determine if a Scotch beef sold in restaurants is actually produced in Scotland.
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Toyota Tsusho, MFM, FKS to establish flour mill in Indonesia
By FBR Staff Writer
Toyota Tsusho Corp, Malayan Flour Mills and Indonesia's FKS Capital have agreed to invest JPY5.2bn ($66m) to set up a flour mill company in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Food manufacturers embracing systems integration to minimise waste, says Siemens
By FBR Staff Writer
Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) has announced that the sales of the Siemens Coriolis flow meter have more than doubled in the sector in the past twelve months, indicating that the food and beverage sector is embracing the benefits of integrated systems.
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3M launches test to monitor lactic acid bacteria in food
By FBR Staff Writer
3M Food Safety has introduced a new test to enumerate lactic acid bacteria in food and environmental samples.
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Theralase develops new application to destroy E.coli
By FBR Staff Writer
Canadian firm Theralase Technologies has developed a new application for the destruction of Escherichia coli (E. coli), an innovation which could revolutionise food processing equipment sterilisation.
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