All Food and Beverage articles – Page 14

  • Food, frozen, beans, vegetables

    Praxair tunnel freezer featured at event


    Praxair’s newest tunnel freezing system, the Praxair® ColdFront™ cryo-saver tunnel freezer, will be shown to visitors during Seafood Processing North America in booth 1465.

  • Air Products freezer

    “Cold Zone” returns to Seafood Expo


    The Air Products “Cold Zone” is returning to Seafood Expo in Boston, Massachusetts , from 15-17 March. In the Cold Zone, seafood processors will discover how the company’s cryogenic food freezing and chilling solutions can help them improve production rates and capacities, improve yields, and produce quality products at lower ...

  • Linde-chilling

    Linde chilling solutions help bakeries on the rise


    Consistent temperature of dry ingredients at the mixer helps achieve repeatable batch-to-batch quality, and as baking operations grow, maintaining that quality remains a priority.

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    Air Products reaches six month supply mark


    Industrial gas continues to play a pivotal role in the growth of Eastern Cape industry, evidenced by Air Products South Africa’s supply to the local market for the past six months of uninterrupted supply of industrial gases.

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    Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum offers food options


    Energy savings are achieved with the company’s optimised vacuum solutions for vacuum baking and freeze drying. Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum exhibits food processing vacuum solutions at the CFIA Rennes, France and the ANUGA Foodtec, Germany.

  • Laboratory specialty gases

    An introduction to...GC-MS in the food sector


    Food safety requires scientific monitoring to ensure the safe handling, preparation and storage of food. Quality and consistency are also primary outcomes in food production, which have driven the development of scientific food analysis methods and instrumentation to highly sophisticated levels.

  • Supermarket shelves meat freezer

    Food processing and packaging – The thirst for modified atmospheres


    In a world of increasingly digital consumption, it seems appropriate that there have already been suggestions this year that computer chip technology could be about to revolutionise our eating habits.

  • Food processing, freezing

    Food processing – Part 2: Increasing dry ice yield in food chilling and freezing


    Tim Neeser introduces the ChillZilla® CO2, Chart’s new liquid carbon dioxide supply management system.

  • Frozen fruit,food

    Changing CO2 demands in the food business


    The US carbon dioxide (CO2) industry maintains a heavy and probably predominant use over most other applications for the product in the food industry at large, particularly in large manufacturing areas and places such as the Great Plains, Midwest, and Southeast and Southwest.

  • Supermarket food shelves

    Food processing – Part 1: Ensuring food safety and integrity


    The food processing and packaging sector relies on a range of industrial and specialty gas products and services to maintain food safety and integrity for the consumer. Here, gasworld explores some of these applications and solutions this month.

  • Retail Food Service and Convenience Foods Drive Demand for New Cryogenic Technology

    Retail Food Service and Convenience Foods Drive Demand for New Cryogenic Technology


    The US is known for some of the highest-volume protein processing operations in the world. Every inch of floor space must yield high productivity while maintaining standards for food quality and plant safety. When new market demands arise, the squeeze is on—and plants must quickly transition to remain competitive. New ...

  • CO2 Beverages

    Carbon dioxide – Global supply and quality issues


    In many respects, merchant CO2 market growth is consistent with economic growth patterns, short of specific usage in niche markets. While the growth prospects are clear to see, there are supply and quality issues in the global CO2 market, with difficulties in meeting demand centres and the quality of the ...

  • MAP – The Route to Fresher Foods and Safe Packaging

    MAP – The Route to Fresher Foods and Safe Packaging


    Food processors and grocery chains continually have to meet the consumer’s expectation for brand quality, consistency, freshness, and in-stock availability of a wide variety of food products. MAP, or Modified Atmosphere Packaging, enables fresh and minimally processed packaged food products to maintain visual, textural, and nutritional appeal to the ...

  • Monitoring Beverage-Grade CO2 – Designing a Useful Solution

    Monitoring Beverage-Grade CO2 - Designing a Useful Solution


    Drinking naturally carbonated mineral water was popular in Europe early in the 18th century. If bathing in natural mineral springs was therapeutic, it was surmised that drinking the bubbly mineral waters must be therapeutic as well. Carbonated mineral water was sought after for health, well-being, and refreshment. Today, these naturally ...

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    MAP – Gas generators and effective in-situ nitrogen


    In-situ nitrogen gas generation has many advantages for food processing and packaging, explains Parker Hannifin’s Phil Green.

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    Setting the template for food & beverage gases


    As a result of the lack of benefit for significant potential investment, we don’t currently see the specification for medical gases changing in the US anytime soon. For food grade gases though, it is a different story and there is more pressure on purity specifications.

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    An introduction to... MAP gas analysers


    Modern modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) gas analyser technology supports food producers in increasing the safety and cost-effectiveness of their application and to ensure the quality of their products.

  • beverages

    Carbon dioxide in food & beverages


    Carbon dioxide is principally sold in the developed markets to the food and beverage industries. Food grade standards are somewhat vague at times, however, beverage applications demand strict quality standards.

  • Industrial Gases for the Food & Beverage Market

    Industrial Gases for the Food & Beverage Market


    The food and beverage industry has enjoyed the benefits of using industrial gases for more than 45 years. These gases—primarily nitrogen and carbon dioxide—are used to chill, freeze, grind, and package a variety of products, including bakery and dairy items, beverages, fish and seafood, fruits and vegetables, meat and poultry, ...

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    Food processing – From farm to freezer


    Food processing is an industry that relies ever more on gases and associated technologies, as Tony Wheatley explains.