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TOMRA 5C GIVES HAZELNUT PRODUCER A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE TARGETING HIGH-QUALITY EXPORT MARKETS

Gürsoy, one of Turkey's most established hazelnut producers, is the first company in that country to harness the TOMRA 5C’s sorting technologies.

CHILEAN COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN FROZEN PRODUCTS - VITAFOODS INSTALLS TOMRA 5B SORTER IN ITS BERRY PROCESSING PLANT IN CHILLÁN

The Chilean company put its trust on TOMRA Food once again in order to optimize its sorting process and continue to offer premium quality frozen raspberries. Ten years ago, Vitafoods (formerly Hortifrut and Alifrut separately) opted for the brand for its blueberry production and acquired TOMRA technology. On the back of their positive experience, they have opted for the TOMRA 5B, a sorter ideal for products that, like frozen raspberries, require delicate handling and high precision when sorting.

GC FARMS, SUPPLIER OF VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS TO BIG BRANDS, BENEFITS FROM THE TOMRA INSIGHT DATA PLATFORM

Tech-savvy Californian vegetable processor proves that ‘knowledge is power’ by using data to improve line rates, product quality, yields, and profitability

TOMRA FOOD OPTICAL SORTERS BOOST PROFITABILITY OF THE WILD-GROWING BERRIES PRODUCER FROM KARELIA

FRESHBERRY is a Russian startup producer of wild-growing berries from Karelia. Its products are exported to the EU market, as well as to China and the USA. Due to the feedstock's specifics and to ensure stable high quality of the final product, the company has purchased TOMRA Food's advanced sorting machines. They enable the output of products with high added value, being in stable demand among foreign customers.

TOMRA 5C DELIVERS ON PROMISE OF ADDED VALUE AND EFFICIENCY FOR THE ALMOND COMPANY

The Almond Company is the almond handling and processing operation for Harris Family Enterprises, a group of companies dedicated to quality farming and food production. It processes more than 100 million pounds of almonds for domestic and international distribution. The company purchased a TOMRA 5C premium optical sorter which has been operating at its Madera, California facility for the past six months with excellent results.

TOMRA FOOD'S SORTING EQUIPMENT MAKES IT EASIER FOR A GEORGIAN HAZELNUT SUPPLIER TO ENTER FOREIGN MARKETS

GEO-US WORLD EXPORT is a fast-growing, Georgia-based hazelnut processing company whose business model is built around exporting to Europe. Thanks to high-tech TOMRA Food sorting equipment, this business has been able to increase output and ensure the high quality of its products, critical factors in creating stable demand from European customers.

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

Leading French potato producer PARMENTINE has equipped its new line in Samazan with two optical sorters from TOMRA Food - one the TOMRA 5A, the other the Sentinel II.

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL BOLA SURENDRA KAMATH & SONS, INDIA

Bola Surendra Kamath & Sons (BSK) started in the early 1940s when the enterprising Mr. Bola Raghavendra Kamath began trading commodities. He was successful in his business, yet still, a seed had been planted as Bola developed a particular interest in cashews. The years went by, and the seed continued to grow. He envisioned pioneering a prosperous cashew industry in the coastal city of Mangalore, and in 1958, it was time to take the first step in fulfilling his dream. This year is now etched in the history books, laying the foundation for the cashew processing industry in Mangalore, as Mr. Bola’s idea came to fruition.

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL GUMZ, USA

Traditionally, farmers could plan around what winter, spring, summer, and autumn would bring. They knew which crops to produce, the best time to plant, and who was buying. When it came to the weather, they had a good idea of what conditions to expect each season, literally writing the book on it in their annual publications that even today, are more accurate than the local meteorologist. Even still, the best almanac couldn’t have predicted chapters on unexpected market surges and social distancing protocols.