Newsletter | December 21, 2021

12.21.21 -- Four Food & Beverage Trends For 2021

Industry Insights
Four Food And Beverage Trends For 2021

In terms of COVID-19’s impact on the food and beverage industry, consumers are cooking at home and seeking foods and ingredients that support overall health. It’s important to consider how these new behaviors will shape the future of the food and beverage industry for 2021 and beyond. Pall has looked at four trends and their potential impacts on food and beverage manufacturers. Read on to learn more.

Low-Pressure Air Rental Equipment: A Valuable Resource For The Food And Beverage Industry
There are many instances in which food and beverage plants may need a temporary solution to a system or process that requires low-pressure air — the largest of which are within on-site wastewater treatment plants.
Packaged Food Manufacturers Guide To Reducing Total Delivered Cost

Traditionally, manufacturers have considered total cost of ownership (TCO) in their procurement analysis when purchasing equipment. However, a stronger financial calculation is to quantify how new technology, such as product inspection equipment, can contribute to reducing the total delivered cost (TDC) of packaged food. This e-guide uses the example of a U.S.-based snack food manufacturer to illustrate how technological advancements in product inspection equipment — notably metal detection and X-ray inspection — can reduce the TDC.

The Value Of Digital Transformation In Water At JEA

Every industry is grappling with the rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The increasing availability of low-cost sensors and the development of new analytical tools for making use of the data they produce is driving organizational change across a diverse range of industries. But in a broader landscape being transformed by data, water utilities face their own unique challenges in adopting digital transformation strategies.

Achieve A Higher Level Of Food Safety With Selectscan Metal Detection

Food safety, product quality, and brand protection are of foremost concern to food processors. Food inspection technology manufacturers are responding with new inspection solutions to better detect metal foreign objects — the most common contaminant type — to help food processors achieve the detection parameters they need and to meet the increasing number of inspection compliance programs that retailers are requiring to do business with their suppliers.

Checkweighing Solution For Unstable Products
A food processor was having difficulty accurately checkweighing packages of nuts in PET jars in varying sizes. The design of the bottom of the jar was causing the jar to wobble when large speed changes were made at transfer points, impact checkweighing accuracy. By installing a checkweigher that could allow individual speed settings for each conveyor and stored settings for each product they could control the unstable product and allow for weighing accuracy.
A Winery Down Under

Award winning winemaker Teusner Wines recently invested in two Kaeser SK 25 rotary screw compressors, which are responsible for delivering a reliable and energy-efficient supply of compressed air to the pneumatic — grape crushing — presses at their new purpose-built winery in the Barossa Valley, South Australia.