Processing > Dairy

Augmented reality technology could improve communication in poultry plants

25 January, 2006

Technology that transfers computer-generated information onto the physical world is being tested for use in poultry farms to improve communication between computers and workers.


Dairy tub packing

23 September, 2005

The Pack Line PXG tub filling and sealing machine and the PDP-1 pouch and bag fillers are both designed to economically, swiftly and cleanly handle a range of moist products and liquids including dairy products.


UV disinfection in the dairy industry

06 September, 2005

In an increasingly regulated and safety-conscious market, the dairy industry has to meet ever more stringent standards of quality. Effective microbial disinfection of process water is therefore essential


Milk sacks to the US

15 August, 2005

Amcor has reached a licence agreement with US-based Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation to provide revolutionary milk sack technology.


Determining the shelf life of pasteurised milk

12 August, 2005

Soleris technology has been proven an effective indicator of the shelf life of pasteurised fluid milk, according to a study conducted by the Mississippi State University Department of Food Science, Nutrition, and Health Promotion.


Bega's 100% wireless coverage within a unique environment

20 July, 2005

Bega has implemented full wireless VoIP (voice over internet protocol) and wireless data capture coverage within its massive NSW packaging and distribution facility.


Communicating and cutting cheese at Bega

20 July, 2005

Based in New South Wales Australia, dairy farming started in the Bega Valley in the 1850s. During these early years each farmer produced and sold cheese from his own dairy.


In milk, we have a unique raw material

06 July, 2005 by Richard Johnson, Lead Chemist, Fonterra Laboratories

Formed in October 2001, the Fonterra Cooperative Group is a leading multi-national dairy company, owned by 13,000 New Zealand dairy farmers. With an annual turnover of US$6.8 billion, they are the world's largest exporter of dairy products


The genetics behind cheese

06 May, 2005

Does Swiss cheese come from Swiss cows? How about blue cheese? Professor of animal science at McGill University's Macdonald campus KF Ng-Kwai-Hang has the answer to these questions. He has spent the last 25 years studying the genetics of cows and how this affects quality and types of cheese. Basically, cheddar cheese can be made from all milk, but the taste and quality will be different from breed to breed and also within a breed.


Oxygen sorbent for cheese

17 February, 2005

Dairy processors and cheese manufacturers can now protect dairy foods including all natural cheeses from spoil-age with FreshPax oxygen sorbents from Multisorb Technologies.


Mozzarella cooker

20 December, 2004

The Mozzarella RotaTherm cooker is now available to manufacture natural or analog Mozzarella cheese.


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