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Marijke Bellemans

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LEADING FRENCH POTATO PRODUCER PARMENTINE EQUIPS ITS NEW LINE WITH TWO OPTICAL SORTING MACHINES FROM TOMRA FOOD

SA PARMENTINE processes 180,000 tons of potatoes per year, selling three-quarters of these in France and the remainder in other European nations. By operating an integrated upstream-downstream business model, PARMENTINE contracts supplies from farmers who are mostly shareholders in the business.

Cómo los procesadores de atún aumentan su rentabilidad con una nueva tecnología de clasificación

El procesamiento de atún es exigente, complicado y laborioso. Normalmente requiere un gran volumen de mano de obra para la completa extracción de espinas y escamas, así como para realizar una correcta clasificación de la carne en función de su color y calidad. En estos casos el riesgo de errores humanos está siempre presente. Asimismo, en este proceso otros materiales extraños tales como fibras de ropa y cabellos de los trabajadores, pueden entrar en contacto con el producto.

TOMRA FOOD AND HAARSLEV FORM STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO BRING NEW TECHNOLOGY TO THE GLOBAL RENDERING MARKET

TOMRA Food and Haarslev have formed a strategic partnership to introduce new sensor-based sorting technologies to the global rendering industry. This is expected to be a game-changer in the industry, enabling renderers and by-product processors to attain unprecedented levels of efficiency, food safety and product quality.

RAISIN PRODUCTION LEADER OSMAN AKÇA A.Ş. IS THE FIRST IN TURKEY TO OWN THE NEW TOMRA 5C SORTING MACHINE

Since starting in the 1970s, Osman Akça A.Ş. has continually expanded the volumes handled by its raisin processing business. Since 1996 the company has set new industry standards using the most up-to-date sorting solutions offered by TOMRA Food. Today, operating as part of the Akça Holding group of businesses, Osman Akça is among the industry's leaders, with annual dried fruit exports worth $50 million.

SCEA HERMANT has invested in a TOMRA 3A sorting machine to optimize the quality of potatoes and onions sold at fresh markets

For two years, SCEA HERMANT carefully considered acquiring a new optical sorter to sort and grade potato and onion crops prior to storage. The launch of the new TOMRA 3A convinced Loïc and Alain Hermant to make the investment. After the machine's first season, they are convinced they made the right decision.

TOMRA FOOD ANNOUNCES NEW ORGANIZATION

TOMRA Food announced today its new organization focused on two business areas, Fresh Food and Processed Food. This change creates a powerful organization, unique in the world, which brings together the most extensive technology portfolio, the widest array of Research & Development skills, and the strongest global footprint in the sector.

How tuna processors are improving profitability with a new sorting technology

Tuna processing is demanding, fiddly, and hugely labor intensive. So many people are involved in removing bones and scales from the fish, and in separating the differing colors and qualities of meat, that the risk of human errors is ever-present. So too are the risks of worker-related foreign materials, such as clothing fibers and strands of hair, falling into the product.

Blizzard: the cost-effective and efficient sorter for frozen vegetable processors

In a booming agribusiness market, TOMRA Food has presented several solutions for the various segments of the food sector in Brazil. The Blizzard machine dedicated to frozen fruit and vegetable processors is the latest addition to its offering.

TOMRA FOOD MERGES BEST-IN-CLASS ENGINEERING AND INTELLIGENCE WITH LAUNCH OF THE TOMRA 5C

Revolutionary Upgrades to Sensors and Insight Tools Lead to Better Bottom Lines for Processors. 

SOLVING THE CHALLENGE OF POTATO PROCESSING FOR KETTLE CHIPS

The booming popularity of kettle chips (known in some parts of the world as ‘crisps’) brings potato processors a mixture of opportunities and challenges. Opportunities lie in the strong demand for a potato-based product that commands a premium price. Challenges arise because what originated as a low-volume ‘artisan’ snack must now be produced in vast and faultless quantities for big-brand retailers with reputations to protect.