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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16 December 2016
National Frozen Foods, a frozen food processing company with facilities in Oregon and Washington, has received a charity voucher worth $4,000 after winning The Golden Bean competition, held by TOMRA Sorting Food, a leading provider of sensor-based food sorting machines.
13 December 2016
Farm Frites, a Dutch family business specializing in fries and potato products, has been presented with a charity voucher worth €2,000 after winning The Golden Fry competition, held by TOMRA Sorting Food, a leading provider of sensor-based food sorting machines.
12 December 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched a new way of naming its food sorting machines to bring clarity and simplicity to the way its next generation of sorters can be identified and specified by customers.
25 November 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food will display two new and innovative sorting machines, the TOMRA 5A and the TOMRA 5B, at Interpom-Primeurs 2016, November 27-29. Processors can visit booth 116 at Kortrijk Xpo to learn everything about these new sorters.
24 November 2016
Roel Molenaers, head of product management, TOMRA Sorting Food
04 November 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food is set to launch the TOMRA 5A at Pack Expo 2016 in Chicago, November 6-9. Processors can visit booth E 7335 (Upper Lakeside Center) to learn more about the brand-new sorting machine and witness it first-hand.
25 October 2016
Greenyard Frozen, formerly Pinguin Foods, a pioneer and market leader in fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, has received a charity voucher worth €3,500 after winning a competition held by TOMRA Sorting Food.
11 October 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food will unveil the TOMRA 5B, its new state-of-the-art sorter for the vegetable, fresh cut and potato processing industries, at SIAL 2016 in Paris, October 16-20.
23 June 2016
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 600 million people – almost 10 percent of the global population – fall ill after eating contaminated food.
20 June 2016
Probat, the world's leading supplier of plants and machinery for the coffee and food industry, has teamed up with TOMRA Sorting Food, the global market leader for sensor-based food sorting machines.