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June 9, 2017
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Campbell Soup breaks ground on 4.4-megawatt solar array at its headquarters
A carport, roof and ground-mount arrays are expected to generate the equivalent of 20% of the campus's electricity demand.
Kellogg, PepsiCo products, water transport vest among winners in DuPont Awards
Honorees highlight the packaging industry’s commitment to sustainability, personalization and solving global challenges.
Automated chef removes human intervention from manufacturing process
A robot named APRIL allows food manufacturers to move a cooking vessel from one processing/ingredient station (heat, mix, etc.) to another on an industrial scale.
Flexible packaging, PET bottles drive growth for package types around the world
Flexible packaging will grow due to affordability and its being light weight, especially in packaged foods like confectionary and dried fruit snacks, according to a new study from PMMI Business Intelligence.
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Food Safety
How to build a world-class food safety system
The keystone of building a world-class system depends on constructing an accurate, precise and risk-based food safety plan.
Thermoformed meal kits are designed for special Thai recipes
Segmented sealing tools ensure that each cavity is heat sealed individually with the trays’ lidding film, so no migration of ingredients can take place.
Winery cuts labor and dust with bulk bag weigh batch discharge
The system includes a bulk bag discharger frame with adjustable extension posts to accommodate bags up to 4,000 lb. ranging in height from 36 to 84 in.

Total Cost of Ownership Webinar registration
One of the most significant challenges facing consumer packaged goods manufacturers (CPGs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) today is determining the initial purchase price versus the long-term cost of owning capital equipment. This discussion will provide TCO criteria across industry for use by sales, operations, finance, etc., and help you develop guidelines and checklists that include all major costs for acquisition, operations, and disposal.

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Does Hygienic Design Increase Sanitation Efficacy?
Improved hygienic design of machinery is considered one of the best ways of reducing risk by increasing sanitation efficacy. The Virginia Tech Department of Food Science and Technology, in conjunction with Kollmorgen, conducted tests comparing servo motors with standard designs to a servo motor purposely designed to be hygienic. This webinar discusses study results, implications, and monetization of hygienic design.

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