– The GEA New Food Application and Technology Center of Excellence (ATC) in Hildesheim, Germany, houses a pilot plant for the production of sustainable alternatives to meat, milk, seafood and eggs through microbial fermentation and cell cultivation.– At the center, GEA customers will be enabled to prepare processes and products
Food processing is undoubtedly one of the fastest moving sectors across the world as consumer tastes evolve. There’s not much closer to human hearts than the food we consume – and eating is not just essential to life but intrinsically linked to human emotion and enjoyment. It’s easy to ignore
A combination of GEA technology and expertise have been key factors in helping long-term customer the Master Good Group to embrace automation and achieve its sustainability targets, as well as meet the growing demand from retailers for its chicken products and ready meals. The Hungary-based fourth-generation family-run poultry business, which
Formed meat products are big business. Burgers and chicken nuggets dominate the market, but tastes are changing. One of the challenges for food manufacturers is the increased consumer demand for a variety of clean label products, as well as fish and vegetarian options, and all at prices that consumers consider
The global processed food industry is expected to experience significant growth in the next few years as meal consumption behavior amongst consumers is shifting drastically.* Convenience foods like chicken nuggets remain extremely popular, with many people choosing this classic meal when they are pressed for time or for on-the-go consumption.
GEA, one of the largest suppliers of packaging and processing solutions for food, launches its new SmartPacker TwinTube vertical packaging machine in Europe. The entire machine has been redesigned as a future-proof modular system with increased functional efficiency promoting higher operational uptime and ease of use. The updated version reduces
Oelde, November 28, 2018 – 1893 – It was the year of inventions that are still indispensable today, such as the diesel engine by Rudolf Diesel and the zipper by Whitcomb Judson. And 1893 also showed what persistence means. Andy Bowen and Jacke Burke fought a seven-hour, 19-minute boxing match