Contaminant Detection In Yogurt
International ice cream and yogurt manufacturer Kri-Kri S.A., based in Nothern, Greece, built their first plant for automatic ice cream production in mid-1960s, while the first yogurt factory was established in 1987.
To meet the demands of the consumer in the Greek and international markets both yogurt production plants have had to be modernized and upgraded since then. The facilities for the yogurt production needed to be equipped with X-ray systems to help ensure product safety and brand protection by detecting contaminants of various size and materials.
Continue reading to see how choosing the right vendor for their inspection equipment allowed them to be in compliance with retailer codes of practice such as those from Tesco or Marks and Spencer (M&S), giving them additional confidence in their operation when they export to the UK and other countries.
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