Newsletter | June 8, 2021

06.08.21 -- Packaged Food Manufacturers Guide To Reducing Total Delivered Cost

Industry Insights
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.

Keys To Meeting Volatile Air Demands In Wastewater Treatment

Industrial wastewater treatment plants, especially those in the food and beverage industry, are in a league of their own. Compared to municipal facilities, operators of industrial sites often face much more drastic variations in the conditions of water they are required to treat.

Can X-Ray Find Foreign Materials In Trail Mix?

Can X-ray inspection detect contaminants similar to surrounding product? This application note explains how X-ray inspection finds foreign materials with a range of densities in sealed trail mix polybags.

What Are The Biggest Challenges In Scaling Novel Food Into Commercially Viable Products?

Around the world, businesses have been struck with uncertainty, and this is especially true for the food and beverage industry. Many companies are faced with the urgent need to streamline their product innovation cycles, optimize costs, and deal more efficiently with the validation of changes in regulations and quality controls. A new landscape brings big challenges to the product innovation cycles of the food and beverage companies, but also new opportunities to advance into your digitalization path through a smart formulation product and process design.