The Sormac Pulstar flotation washer for leafy vegetables has a 20% lower water capacity than the previous version of the product, leading to a considerable daily saving in water consumption.
The TranSlicer 2510 Cutter features several interchangeable 635 mm-diameter cutting wheels (slicing, crinkle slicing, shredding and julienne) to produce a full range of slices, shreds and julienne cuts.
Horticulture Innovation Australia has signed a three-year $600,000 contract with Netball Australia, securing exposure for Aussie Apples at elite international matches and local games across the nation.
In late 2016, almost 300 growers and an estimated 1500 ha of land in South Australia's Northern Adelaide Plains were significantly impacted by severe weather conditions and flooding, with damage and losses estimated at around $50 million.
A new strategy devised for Australia's vegetable industry aims to increase the value of vegetable exports to $315 million by 2020, a rise of 40%.
Key Technology has introduced VERYX digital sorters for potato strips and specialty potato products.
A report by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has highlighted the Horticulture Code of Conduct as an area of particular concern in the horticulture and viticulture industries.
Florigo (from tna) has launched the conti-pro PC 3 fryer, a continuous potato chip fryer that features opti-flow technology which optimises the oil flow through the kettle.
Ireland has made available new information to assist growers with the safe production of fresh produce on farms.
TOMRA Sorting Solutions has acquired New Zealand company Compac Holding Ltd for NZ$70m.
AUSVEG and PMA Australia-New Zealand Limited have announced the details of their joint convention.
AUSVEG and PMA Australia-New Zealand Limited (PMA-ANZ) have agreed to present a joint industry conference and trade show in 2017.
A group of vegetable growers has flown the flag for the Australian industry at Asia Fruit Logistica, held in Hong Kong from 7–9 September.
As the trend towards 'better-for-you' products gains momentum, the demand for innovative processing technologies is delivering healthier snacks.
People often ask themselves about the changes of texture in IQF fruits and vegetables and whether the freezing process means a loss in nutrients. Here are the answers.