Infrared technology helps meat processing in Korea


Tuesday, 04 December, 2018


Infrared technology helps meat processing in Korea

Korean food supplier HJF has further expanded its offering of healthier and more ecological processed foods to customers in Asia by purchasing its second Infrabaker oven.

Infrabaker International specialises in the development and production of infrared applications for the food industry.

HJF purchased its first 3 m Infrabaker for large industrial-scale production of fully direct grilled products in 2014, coinciding with its motto “Health and Values to customers”. With grilled chicken breast in high demand, the company has recently invested in another 6 m of Infrabaker cooking equipment that will be installed at its new production plant at the Megapolis Industrial complex in Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea.

The 11.550 m2 plant will offer room for approximately 80 new employees, and production on the Infrabaker is expected to start in early Q2 2019.

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