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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07 June 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food has announced the launch of its Russian language website, which will provide a dynamic online resource for its customers across Russia.
06 May 2016
TOMRA Sorting Food is set to unveil a revolutionary meat foreign material detection technology able to identify a greater range of contaminants than any other system currently available.
05 May 2016
Teepak and TOMRA Sorting Food join forces to develop a casing solution that makes it easier for sausage producers to detect pieces of casing in peeling operations, while still being able to track the color formation of the sausage during processing.
20 April 2016
Almost a third of all food produced worldwide is never eaten, leading to 1.3 billion tons of food waste each year. This includes around 45 percent of all fruit and vegetables and 20 percent of meat. Just one quarter of this wasted food could feed the 795 million chronically hungry people around the world.
06 April 2016
The parent company of sensor-based sorting, process analytics and peeling systems manufacturer TOMRA Sorting Food has announced record currency adjusted revenues for 2015 of 6,143 MNOK (€650m), representing a 29 percent increase on the previous year.
15 January 2016
Optical food sorting system manufacturer TOMRA Sorting Food has reached an important milestone in its history.
15 December 2015
TOMRA Sorting Food has appointed a service manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) to further develop its customer care offer.
17 November 2015
Continued advances in automation and robotics are making the global food manufacturing and processing industries safer, more efficient and able to deliver higher profits, according to TOMRA Sorting Food.
06 November 2015
TOMRA Sorting Food has further improved its customer care offer with the appointment of a new global service director.
03 November 2015
TOMRA Sorting Food has announced that its performance has been ‘positive’ for the first nine months of the year.