Welcome to Food for Thought, the quarterly newsletter from TOMRA Sorting Food, providing you with our latest company news and industry insight.
Every three months we’ll bring you a range of interesting articles, drawn from our expertise as the world’s leading manufacturer of sensor-based sorting machines for the food industry, whilst telling you more about our people and projects around the world.
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06 March 2018
Step into the shoes of TOMRA Food service officer supervisor, Jun He, at his base in Xiamen city, China, and find out how he keeps customer service high.
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China-based food processor Kaida invited us to look around its two new potato strips processing factories, to find out more about its advanced sorting and peeling technology.
How can businesses capitalize on healthy food trends? By going back to basics, says Greg Saint James, strategic marketing director at TOMRA Food.
TOMRA's new virtual reality tool gives customers the interactive experience of a real-life food production environment from the comfort of the office or conference floor.
13 December 2017
From Belgium, family business Begro explains how TOMRA has helped it live up to its motto of 'Great taste in frozen foods'.
Bjorn Thumas, business development director food, asks how can food businesses work more sustainably and stay profitable?
Luis Moreno, Senior Sales Application Engineer, tells us what he loves about TOMRA and how he enjoys his spare time outside the office.
TOMRA Sorting Food unveiled upgrades to its ground-breaking Nimbus BSI sorter for the nut, dried fruit and other food industries at The Almond Conference 2017 in Sacramento, California, on December 5-7.
11 December 2017
by Ashley Hunter, Senior vice president and head of TOMRA Sorting Food.