TOMRA’s advanced sorting machines inspect millions of individual product pieces per hour, typically recovering five to ten percent higher yields while providing superior utilization or resources.
That’s equivalent to approximately 25,000 trucks worth of potatoes per year!
TOMRA Food has solutions for sorting blueberries.
From wild to cultivated, and fresh or frozen blueberries, TOMRA gets everything sorted, regardless of the color or what the defects are.
TOMRA’s blueberry sorting equipment can detect and remove soft, rot, unripe, or discolored blueberries, as well as identify and remove insects, stems, leaves, and all varieties of other foreign material.
TOMRA sorting solutions boost throughput and availability while at the same time increasing yield, quality, and food safety for your operation.
The Blizzard free fall, pulsed LED, camera sorting machine is the ideal and most cost-effective optical food sorting machine within the Individually Quick Frozen vegetable and fruit processing industry.
The Helius™ free-fall sorting machine provides an optical sorting solution for a wide variety of food applications. The TOMRA Helius™ P sorter specializes in sorting free-flowing dry products such as seeds, rice, nuts, grains, etc.
The Nimbus free-fall sorting machine is the answer to the food industry’s continuously high requirements and individual processors.
Two major blueberry farms in the southern states of North Carolina and Georgia depend on BEST Sorting’s PRIMUS systems to quickly and efficiently inspect harvested product, improve the quantity of highly profitable fresh berries, reduce customer turndowns and improve overall sorting productivity for a wide range of economic benefits.
TOMRA Food develops the world's most advanced grading, sorting, peeling, and analytical technology. Food growers, packers, and processors around the world use TOMRA machines to sort a variety of fresh whole products and processed food to maximize output and minimize waste.
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