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TOMRA Food Exhibits At FOOMA Japan 2024

TOMRA Food Japan will exhibit at the FOOMA Japan 2024 to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from June 4 to 7, 2023. TOMRA will introduce the latest belt-type sorting machine TOMRA 5B 800 COMPACT for the first time which is developed especially for the Japanese market.

TOMRA Food Exhibits At FOOMA Japan 2024
Paul Slupecki Head of TOMRA Food APAC

TOMRA Food strengthens its presence in Australia and New Zealand with new regional business model

TOMRA Food has merged their Fresh and Processed divisions to provide integrated food sorting, grading and processing solutions to their customers. As part of this new organisation, TOMRA Food has developed a regional business model consisting of three areas: Americas (AMS), Asia Pacific (APAC), and Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) with the aim to elevate their customer-centric approach.

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Game-changing sorters are fighting the threat of toxic weeds in green vegetables

Toxic datura and nightshade weeds are more often harvested with crops such as green beans and baby leaf spinach, with the risk of getting into the final product. However, an advanced sorting technology is proving to be a game-changer. Jacob Hobbel, TOMRA Food’s Global Category Director for Vegetables & Fruits, explains how to mitigate this risk.

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TOMRA Food reveals first details about its new Research Orchard

Scientific research into the causes and effects of growing conditions on fruit will make sorting and grading even more effective

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TOMRA Food digital transformation

Why digital transformation matters to food processors and packhouses

Though digital technologies are still young, they are already improving operational efficiencies and have the power to help improve profitability in other ways too. Felix Flemming, Head of Digital at TOMRA Food and Recycling, explains.

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Bjorn and Carlota

How closer collaboration between solutions suppliers is keeping processors and packhouses ahead of the game

With processing machinery becoming more interconnected, new business partnerships are making day-to-day operations easier at processors and packhouses. They are also accelerating the development of new solutions. Bjorn Thumas, TOMRA Food’s Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships, explains.

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Spinach on a TOMRA 5B

Helping vegetable processors achieve food safety and product quality

Guaranteeing food safety. Protecting brand reputations. Complying with product specifications. Minimizing food waste. Maximizing yields. Protecting profitability. Too many challenges for the growers, processors and packers of fresh, fresh-cut, canned, frozen and dried vegetables! Challenges which would be so much easier if foreign materials didn’t get mixed up with freshly harvested vegetables. Or if every batch of vegetables didn’t contain sub-standard product. Or if the presence of these unwanted materials on the processing line wasn’t sometimes almost impossible to detect. The good news is that optical sorting machines can deal with all these challenges. 

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