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TRYPOL PACK TRUSTS TOMRA TO SORT ITS BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Trypol Pack is a cooperative of Belgian farmers, based in Flanders, specialising in Brussels sprouts. A production they excel in, and now the TOMRA sorting machines will help them to bring European consumers the best quality.

TOMRA’S NIMBUS SORTER SUCCESSFULLY AuTOMATES  CONFECTIONERY SORTING AT SWIZZELS MATLOW

Swizzels Matlow, a family business that produces sugar confectionery in the United Kingdom, has chosen TOMRA’s Nimbus optical sorter to automate the sorting process of its ‘Drumstick Squashies’ in order to meet fast-growing demand while ensuring the consistently excellent quality of the product.

BRIGHT LIGHT AGRIBUSINESS SELECTS AN END-TO-END TOMRA ALMOND SORTING SOLUTION FOR ITS NEW PROCESSING FACILITY IN HATTAH/VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

Bright Light Agribusiness, one of the fastest growing private companies in the Australian almond industry, has selected TOMRA Food as its partner for an end-to-end almond sorting solution. A total of 15 sorters will be installed at the company’s state-of-the-art almond processing facility in Hattah/Victoria to achieve the processing objective of a “pack-to-grade” quality in a single pass.

CAVENDISH FARMS INSTALLS TOMRA’S ECO STEAM PEELERS IN ITS NEW PRODUCTION FACILITY IN LETHBRIDGE

LEUVEN, BELGIUM, 23 October 2018 – Cavendish Farms, one of the largest processors of frozen potato products in North America, is equipping its new, state-of-the-art production facility in Lethbridge, Alberta with TOMRA’s Eco steam peelers.

Partnering for growth: How an Italian salad producer has reduced risk and delivered greater value to customers

Orto Bellina is an Italian family business that provides salads to the Italian, Swedish and German markets. Started by Fulvio Bellina with his wife and sons in 2001, the company operates out of the beautiful rural setting of Gorlago in the province of Bergamo. They produce what they call “biological” salads which are not treated with chemical agents, but produced with natural inputs; both unwashed and washed, which is ready to be dressed and eaten. The company prides itself on high quality, naturally produced products and is well-known for this. As the company has grown, so have the challenges around food safety, quality, reliability and sorting.

Portuguese potato trader Oliveira improves quality and productivity with the TOMRA Sentinel II

Last June, Oliveira Pinho & Filhos, a family business located in the municipality of Mira (Portugal) dedicated to the trade of bagged potatoes and onions, purchased a Sentinel II optical food sorter from TOMRA. This machine is equipped with the latest pulsed LED technology for sorting food at a higher speed than earlier models.

30 October 2017

Aviko SnowValley teams up with TOMRA Sorting Food

We have recently partnered with SnowValley Agricultural Group and Aviko Group during the development of a new state-of-the-art French fry processing facility in Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, China.

03 October 2017

TOMRA and National Frozen Foods donate $4,000 to the Massey Memorial

National Frozen Foods, a frozen food processing company with facilities in Oregon and Washington, has received a charity voucher worth $4,000 after winning The Golden Bean competition, held by TOMRA Sorting Food, a leading provider of sensor-based food sorting machines.

16 December 2016

TOMRA and Greenyard Frozen present charity voucher to transatlantic challenge

Greenyard Frozen, formerly Pinguin Foods, a pioneer and market leader in fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, has received a charity voucher worth €3,500 after winning a competition held by TOMRA Sorting Food.

25 October 2016

Birds Eye, UK - customer testimonial

TOMRA Sorting, exclusively represented in the UK by Stein Solutions, has supplied two Best Helius™ free-fall laser sorters to Birds Eye’s Lowestoft factory.

01 April 2014