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Produce is used in a nearly infinite number of configurations as ingredients in prepared meals, baked goods, soups, and sauces — and everything in between. Fruits and vegetables must be cut, blended, mixed, or ground before incorporation into a final product, and food manufacturers require efficient, high-quality equipment to do that.

BAK Food Equipment offers a lineup of brining systems, bowl choppers/cutters, grinders, ice machines, mixers, tumblers, and washing equipment that are ideal for produce processing. These reliable solutions include SCADA monitoring, which allows for full control of the process to ensure produce ingredients maintain their high quality and great taste. 

Whether you’re looking for a stand-alone piece of produce processing equipment or a full, state-of-the-art production line, BAK Food Equipment’s engineering team works with you from initial consultation through design and specification to ensure you have the right food processing equipment at the best value. Contact us to discuss your equipment needs and schedule a consultation.

 
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The nEDC300 from EDWARDS VACUUM is the latest iteration of mono claw vacuum pumps which boasts a range of inventive attributes that not only boost performance but also minimize noise levels, improve reliability, and facilitate on-site maintenance. This means that it can be used in a wide range of applications, such as water and wastewater treatment, thermoforming, vacuum conveying, food processing or even in medical systems. In these processes, the dry claw pump guarantees its users a reliable, cost-effective operation with easy maintenance options.

Uncomplicated vacuum solution

"All in all, with the nEDC300 we have developed an uncomplicated vacuum solution that is closely oriented to the standards and quality requirements of the target markets," reports Megha Ajmal, Product Manager at EDWARDS VACUUM. "This claw pump features stainless steel rotors as well as a durable stator coating safeguarding its process wetted parts which ensures robustness in effective contaminant handling. The nEDC series of mono claw vacuum pumps stands out as the intelligent option in many rough applications.," adds Megha Ajmal.

Better serviceability

This has been achieved mainly through the modular design of the EDWARDS dry claw pumps. A separate, insulated pump element also makes the inside of the pump easily accessible to users for maintenance, repairs, and cleaning. This means that the nEDC claw pump can be cleaned quickly and easily by the customer and then put back into operation meaning lower cost of ownership and less downtime for the customers.

Improved noise levels

Along with offering you higher pumping speed, the silencer has undergone a redesign to guarantee reduced noise levels, fostering a more comfortable workplace, all the while preserving optimal vacuum performance. The nEDC300 offers the best in class noise level compared to some of the other competitors in the market.

Peace of mind

The new silencer also helps in improved airflow thus helping in lowering the internal pump temperature. This extends service life of the lip seal and prevents any risks of oil leaks, giving customers a reliable long-term solution.

 
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MONTRÉAL, Jan. 11, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Saputo Inc. (TSX:SAP) – Saputo will release its fiscal 2024 third quarter financial results on Thursday, February 8, 2024. A press release will be issued after markets close, and a conference call is scheduled on Friday, February 9, 2024, at 8:30 a.m. (Eastern Time) to discuss the Company’s results. The speakers will be Mr. Lino A. Saputo, Chair of the Board, President and CEO and Mr. Maxime Therrien, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary.

To participate:

Webcast: https://www.gowebcasting.com/13127
Presentation slides will be included in the webcast and can also be accessed in the “Investors” section of Saputo’s website (www.saputo.com), under “Calendar of Events”.

Conference line: 1-800-945-5981
Please dial-in five minutes prior to the start time.

Replay of the conference call and webcast presentation
For those unable to join, the webcast presentation will be archived on Saputo’s website (www.saputo.com) in the “Investors” section, under “Calendar of Events”. A replay of the conference call will also be available until Friday, February 16, 2024, 11:59 p.m. (ET) by dialling 1-800-558-5253 (ID number: 22028964).

 
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Beverly, MA: KROHNE, Inc. highlights the advanced hygienic applications of the OPTISWITCH 6500 to the food and beverage industries. This capacitance level switch provides a minimally invasive solution for point level detection of liquids, liquid-liquid interfaces, and solids. Its unique features make it an ideal choice for businesses in the food and beverage industry, which require accurate detection that is also highly hygienic.

A key feature that makes the OPTISWITCH 6500 highly valuable in the food and beverage industry is its wide variety of available hygienic process connections. Unaffected by foam, condensate, or build-up, the product can be set to detect foam, or even changes in media characteristics of the same liquid. The product is also resistant to CIP and SIP agents, which are often used in food and beverage operations.

The OPTISWITCH 6500 can be installed in any position, maintenance-free, achieving very fast response times. The product is also fully compliant with FDA and EC1935/2004, in addition to being EHEDG and 3A certified, all of which are crucial standards for businesses in the food and beverage industry.

Typical applications of the OPTISWITCH 6500 range from small tanks in hygienic applications to tanks with tough, pasty, or strongly adhesive media. The product can also provide block prevention, overflow protection, dry-run and pump protection in tanks. A range of detections, from interface detection to high and low-level detection to detection of foam, are all achievable with this hygienic switch. Whether your business is operating a brewery, a burger factory, or any form of food and beverage operation, the OPTISWITCH 6500 provides accurate, hygienic, and compliant detection to enable safe and successful production.

For more information, visit www.us.krohne.com.

 
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January 11, 2024 – As we start the new year amid elevated inflation and major headwinds facing the economy, Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) Economics team presents the top economic charts to monitor in 2024 to help make sense of the economic environment for farm operations, agribusinesses and food processors.

The blog post titled, Top economic charts to monitor in 2024, now is available for publication, in whole or in part, without permission. We just ask that you credit the source, Farm Credit Canada, Economics. The web link to be used for the written press can be: www.fcc.ca/economics (see the blog of January 9, 2024).

These insights can also be used to supplement your print or broadcast agriculture and food coverage with attribution to Farm Credit Canada.

 

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