InSite L. mono Glo is a self-contained, environmental sampling and screening test for listeria species and Listeria monocytogenes for environmental monitoring in food processing facilities after cleaning.
Quality control solutions include a high-speed checkweigher for various packages, an ultracompact X-ray scanner measuring 70 cm wide, and a serialization unit that offers pharma-level traceability for all relevant applications.
In the U.S., there are 33 states, plus the District of Columbia, with some form of legal cannabis for medicinal purposes, and 10 states that allow it for recreational use. However, when it comes to specifying the level of THC, CBD, terpenes and the other 80 or so constituent components in cannabis, there's a smorgasbord of rules and regulations.
In-home testing (iHUT) traces its origins to the consumer packaged goods industries and the formation of the first marketing research departments during the 1920s and 1930s. With the end of World War II in 1945, the practice of in-home usage testing spread rapidly.
On Demand Best Practices for Executing Capital Projects, a Food Plant of the Future webinar presented by Hixson and co-sponsored by Food Engineering, will reveal helpful project management techniques and strategies Hixson has learned based on decades of experience in leading food and beverage projects to successful conclusions, how to establish appropriate stakeholder expectations, how to keep control of project quality, schedule and budget and what to do when challenges arise.
ON DEMAND: In this webinar, you will hear from a current leader in manufacturing and learn how you can achieve total control and error-proof your plant floor – all while maintaining a high level of quality, full traceability without impacting your production time, and on-time delivery.
Automatic Rolls of North Carolina was chosen as Food Engineering’s 2012 Plant of the Year.The Paterakis family owns Baltimore-based Northeast Foods, a commercial baking powerhouse with 13 production facilities either owned outright or in partnership. Five are part of the Northeast Foods group that stretches from Connecticut to Clayton, NC, where the newest plant began production in May 2011.