Processing > Fruit & vegetables

Alfa Laval Y-series olive oil decanters

02 September, 2010 by

Simple, yet innovative, Y-series olive oil decanters can transport and treat up to 360 tons of olive paste a day and at the same time provide a lower concentration of residual oil in the husk.

Kronen KUJ high-performance dicer

02 September, 2010 by

The Kronen KUJ high-performance dicer cuts strips from 2-20 mm and cubes from 3-20 mm precisely. It can process up to 3000 kg/h.

Kronen Tona S180K vegetable and fruit processing machine

06 July, 2010 by

Kronen has released the Tona S180K vegetable and fruit processing machine, a combination of the machines Tona E wedger and the Tona S slicer.

Consumers’ response to US spinach contamination

04 June, 2010 by Carlos Arnade, Linda Calvin and Fred Kuchler, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture

Spinach sales fell but expenditures for total leafy greens remained unchanged, following a US government warning to avoid bagged spinach because of possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination in 2006.

Kronen Vortex-line produce washer

03 March, 2010 by

The Kronen Vortex-line has been developed for the final treatment stage for vegetables, including leafy salads and root products, and also fruits like apples and grapes. The washing system achieves microbial load reduction and prolongation of shelf life and, consequently, increase of quality of products.

Hefestus pomegranate juicing system

03 March, 2010 by

Pomegranate can be consumed as a whole fruit, ready to eat arils and as juice. Nevertheless, it is hard to process as peeling and deseeding the arils from the fruit is complicated and expensive for consumers and manufactures alike. Following the launching of a ready-to-eat pomegranates packaging solution last year, Hefestus has introduced a comprehensive solution for deseeding the arils without the peel in an automatic process that enables the beverage producer to squeeze the juice out of the arils, making a delicious super fruit juice without the bitterness taste, while processing the whole fruit.

Key Technology onCore lettuce core removal system

03 March, 2010 by

Key Technology’s onCore is an integrated system for processing iceberg and romaine lettuces in bagged salads. The system, which combines a vibratory density separation shaker with a camera/laser sorter, eliminates manual coring to increase yields and improve product quality while reducing labour costs.

Hefestus SLB shelf life booster

02 March, 2010 by

Hefestus has developed the SLB shelf life booster, a concept for fruit and vegetable packaging with modified atmosphere (MAP) technology that is claimed will provide a comprehensive solution for extended shelf life of fruits, vegetables and fresh-cut salads.

Key Technology Compact Dryer

07 January, 2010 by

Key Technology has introduced a redesigned compact dryer for removing moisture from fresh-cut produce after washing.

Knife peelers for root vegetables

28 August, 2009 by

Sormac MS knife peelers are suitable for continuous peeling of pre-washed or pre-peeled root products, like potatoes, red beet and celeriac.

Online fruit quality detection

28 August, 2009 by

The Unitec QS_ON LINE 902 provides a solution for the non-destructive online detection of the internal quality of fruits without stone. The parameters measured include sugar content (°Brix), firmness expressed ( kg/cm2), ripening grade (0 and 100) and acidity (g/L).

Optical grading machines

28 August, 2009 by

Newtec Engineering A/S has appointed Donald Napier Ltd as its distributor in Australia and New Zealand.

Centrifuge for leafy greens

28 August, 2009 by

Sormac has upgraded its SC-740 centrifuge. This machine can be used as a standalone unit, but also harmonises with a Pulstar salad washer in a salad leaf processing line.

Fresh-cut produce washer

06 July, 2009 by

Key Technology has redesigned its Flume Wash for fresh-cut produce. Suitable for small to medium-large processors looking for an automated wash system, the Flume Wash gently removes heavy debris, silt, grubs and floating contaminates.

Squeezing healthier fruit products

12 May, 2009

High-pressure processing offers a non-thermal way to pasteurise a range of food products. Donny Boy Fresh Food has opened a world-first facility in Melbourne using this technology.

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