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TOMRA Food appoints nut expert to tighten customer relationships globally

TOMRA Food announces the appointment of a highly experienced category expert to strengthen its global sales organization, further tighten its relationship with the nut industry, and consolidate its position as a thought leader in the sector.

Durak hazelnut increases its production capacity with TOMRA’s sorting machines

Durak Hazelnut, the hazelnut industry’s turnover leader, continuously invests in improvements. Now the company has increased its production and export capacity with TOMRA sorting machines.

TOMRA launches customer service center in Bengaluru, India

TOMRA Food has opened a new customer service center in Bengaluru, India as part of its efforts to improve the organizations’ responsiveness to all its stakeholders.

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.

ONE WAY THAT SUPERMARKETS OF THE FUTURE CAN TACKLE THE SCANDAL OF FOOD WASTE

In addition to making food businesses more profitable, new technologies can also help tackle the fast-approaching issue of global food shortages. Bjorn Thumas, Director Business Development at TOMRA Food, explains.

TOMRA Food to showcase high-tech optical sorting systems for meat, poultry and petfood at IFFA

Consistent high quality, reliable ejection of defective product, and less waste of valuable food - this is what TOMRA Food stands for. The company, part of the TOMRA group headquartered in Norway, strengthens its commitment to global sustainability through innovative analytics and cutting-edge sorting systems. At the IFFA trade fair from May 4 - 9, 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany, TOMRA the leading manufacturer of sensor-based systems will not only showcase its Process Analytics Portfolio for the meat and poultry industry but will also demonstrate optical sorting solutions for petfood, a first in the industry.

TOMRA FOOD INTRODUCES ADVANCED SORTING SOLUTIONS FOR THE PETFOOD INDUSTRY

TOMRA Food, the leading manufacturer of sensor-based sorting machines for the food industry, has become the first to provide advanced sorting solutions for petfood producers. By developing four new sorting applications of its proven technologies, TOMRA has made it possible for petfood manufacturers to easily remove even very small particles of foreign materials from dry meat and bone meal, ground frozen meat, biscuits residue, and dry kibble.

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.

PREMIERE AT PROSWEETS 2019

TOMRA FOOD LAUNCHES STATE-OF-THE-ART SORTING EQUIPMENT ENSURING HIGHEST QUALITY SWEETS AND CONFECTIONERY.

TOMRA Food, part of the Norwegian TOMRA Group, is showcasing innovative sweets sorting systems for gummies and delicate confectionery products at ProSweets 2019 in Cologne, Germany for the first time. TOMRA systems help food manufacturers ensure that their end products always meet the highest quality standards by reliably and efficiently removing defective articles and foreign materials.

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.