Newsletter | June 22, 2020

06.22.20 -- Tips For Improving The Quality And Safety Of Packaged Food Products

White Paper: Why Multiscanning Technology Improves Metal Detection And Food Safety

Multiscanning uses five frequencies at a time, for unmatched sensitivity and the highest probability of detecting metal foreign objects in food. Learn more about this latest innovation and download the white paper now.

White Paper: Foreign Object Detection Compliance With Food Retailer Codes Of Practice

Did you know that leading retailers set the bar high for the quality and safety of the food products they sell? Gain insights into the scope and breadth of the requirements. Some even mandate X-ray inspection in place of metal detection. Download this white paper to ensure your equipment and performance are appropriate.

E-Book: A Practical Guide To Metal Detection And X-Ray Inspection Of Food

Do you have the right food product inspection equipment in place to keep consumers safe and protect your brand? X-ray inspection systems and metal detectors can find virtually any foreign object in your packaged food products. To find out how they work, and which may work best for you, download this e-book.

Video: Cedars Mediterranean Relies On Metal Detectors And Checkweighers For Overall Quality Control

For Cedars Foods, the maker of Cedars Mediterranean hummus and other consumer food products, solutions from Thermo Fisher Scientific are integral to maintaining the highest level of food safety and quality. The partnership has grown over the years to encompass a range of foreign object detection and checkweighing solutions, including the Sentinel Multiscan Metal Detector.

Video: Metal Detector In Conjunction With Checkweigher Provides Unique Combination Protection For Contaminants And Quality Assurance

Combo units can save space and money. See how using a multiscan metal detector in combination with a checkweigher offers the ultimate in brand protection. This metal detector delivers unmatched sensitivity and the highest probability of detection.