Tyson takes over Philly cheesesteak company.
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December 5, 2017
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Tyson takes over Philadelphia cheesesteak company
Tyson Foods has acquired Philadelphia-based Original Philly Holdings, Inc., a producer of raw and fully cooked Philly-style sandwich steak and cheesesteak appetizer products.
Conagra Brands honors nine facilities achieving 95 percent waste diversion
Employee commitment to reducing waste has helped the company achieve an 81.7 percent landfill diversion rate in fiscal year 2017.
Digitization of the factory continues; automation continues to be a focus
A new report, 2017 Evolution of Automation, predicts adoption of real-time data collection, edge computing and cloud analytics.
Sierra Nevada brews up success
Discover how Sierra Nevada’s new brewery in Mills River, NC recovers CO2 generated in its fermentation cellar and reuses it in other processes at the facility. At projected 2017 production levels, it expects to save $450,000 annually in CO2 purchases (5.3 million pounds of CO2 every year). The program cost was $1.135 million, and the brewery anticipates a payback period of 2.5 years.
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Detection equipment provides greater product integrity
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Inline palletizer is robust and reliable
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Solution is engineered for closed feeding systems
Built to provide electronic pressure compensation in feeder hoppers, Coperion K-Tron’s KCM electronic feeder control system has a modular design that incorporates pressure sensors and electronics.
Dicer meets challenges of difficult-to-cut products
The Affinity Integra Dicer from Urschel can handle applications such as cheese, meat, sticky ingredients and brined pickles, and achieve high yields of precise cut sizes.
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