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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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16 October 2017
By Ashley Hunter, Head of TOMRA Sorting Food.
Since TOMRA was founded in 1972, we have continuously redefined what it means to be innovative in the sectors in which we operate.
29 May 2017
From Belgium, Van Roey and Zonen explains how TOMRA has helped its potato and onion sorting business to reduce expenditure and boost productivity.
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched TOMRA Care to satisfy customers’ changing service needs, and to meet the new way of thinking about service in general.
Age: 33 years
Biography: Colm O’Riordan has worked for TOMRA Sorting Food since February 2016. Operating from the Dublin office, he plays a key role in the design and development of the optical systems for a wide range of TOMRA sorting machines.
Steven van Geel, sales director for China TOMRA Sorting Food, looks at the global issue of food safety and how it can impact a brand’s reputation.
TOMRA Sorting Food has unveiled a powerful new graphical user interface (UI) to help food processors get the most from their sorting systems by optimizing work flows and reducing waste to deliver improved profitability.
08 March 2017
By Dr. Doug Reid, Engineering Manager, TOMRA Sorting Food
For the past 43 years, Mrs. Gerry’s Kitchen has supplied high quality salads and side dishes, using only premium ingredients including locally grown potatoes and fresh vegetables. Based in Albert Lea, Minnesota, the business places great emphasis on the quality of its raw materials - ensuring its products are fresh - and looks to exceed expectations.
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched the TOMRA 5A, a state-of-the-art sorting machine for the potato processing business. The innovative food sorter supports processors by combining a straightforward and brand-new graphical user interface with stable sorting performance, while increasing the level of food safety and quality with minimal product waste.
We are proud to announce the acquisition of Compac, a New Zealand-based provider of lane sorting solutions for the global fresh produce industry.
In line with other contributions made by TOMRA Sorting Solutions in 2016, TOMRA Sorting Food was once again happy to make a charitable donation to the marula nut processing project in Zimbabwe and the quinoa processing project in Bolivia during the 2016 holiday season. Both projects are supported by Practical Action, a NGO that works with communities to find practical solutions to poverty in developing countries.
Biography: Frederik joined TOMRA Sorting Food in August 2015 and operates as a Field Service Engineer, working with many types of TOMRA machinery. He travels extensively as part of his job, carrying out work for clients across the world.
18 November 2016
TOMRA reveals new state-of-the-art sorter
Making the most of food
Success story: Ruparel Foods, India