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What Is The Optimum Detection Point During Food Inspection?

What Is The Optimum Detection Point During Food Inspection?

Contamination can occur in multiple places: at the beginning of the process; after cutting, sifting, or mixing, immediately after a bag or box is filled, or at the end of the line. For food quality professionals, process engineers, and corporate food safety executives who decide which technology — metal detector or X-Ray inspection — will best identify contaminants, choosing a food detection system is typically based on three things: the optimum detection point in the process, overall application capability, and total cost/benefit.

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