Discover the latest food sorting news from the leading provider of sensor based sorting and peeling solutions in the food industry.
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15 May 2017
The threat of deadly aflatoxin is being reduced by food manufacturers across the world, through the use of TOMRA’s innovative laser technology and sorting machines
08 May 2017
TOMRA Sorting Food has delivered an industry first in the form of the world’s highest capacity steam peeler, which will be used by a leading potato processing company.
04 May 2017
TOMRA’s new FatScan fat analyzer allows for the continuous analysis of meat to precisely determine its fat content. This functional and compact machine can be easily integrated in production lines and is specifically designed to assist smaller meat processors in delivering a consistent and uniform product.
31 March 2017
By Dr. Doug Reid, Engineering Manager, TOMRA Sorting Food
Since its founding on April 1, 1972, TOMRA has progressed from being a pioneer in automated recycling technology to a company today offering a diverse range of sensor-based solutions that are helping to lead a cross-industry revolution toward resource sustainability.
10 March 2017
Leading food sorting solutions manufacturer TOMRA Sorting Food has appointed a new technical director to oversee the global development of the company’s innovative technologies.
20 February 2017
TOMRA Sorting Food presented a detector for the chicken wooden breast condition at IPPE (International Production & Processing Expo), where it received a lot of interest. The Expo was held in Atlanta, Georgia, January 31 to February 2.
13 February 2017
Leading food sorting systems manufacturer TOMRA Sorting Food has launched its first customer service center in Istanbul, Turkey, to expand further into the country and beyond to the Middle East.
31 January 2017
TOMRA Sorting Food will exhibit two innovative sorting machines, the TOMRA 5A and the TOMRA 5B, at Fruit Logistica 2017, February 8-10, in Berlin.
20 December 2016
In line with last year's contribution, we are once again happy to make a charitable donation to the marula nut processing project in Zimbabwe and the quinoa processing project in Bolivia, both supported by Practical Action, a NGO that works with communities to find practical solutions to poverty in developing countries.
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