The gluten-free category is constantly in flux. Although people with celiac disease have always had a necessity to turn to the category for grain-centric snack products and baked goods, there are many who maintain an interest in eating gluten-free for other reasons.
The latest metal detection and X-ray inspection equipment can detect small foreign objects, reduce false rejects and handle a wide range of products, which is good news for bakery/snack producers who are striving to improve their quality control programs.
Sustainability means different things to different people. For some, it’s all about minimizing emissions or reducing the carbon footprint. For others, it’s strengthening local economies and communities.
Americans love pizza. In foodservice, pizza accounts for $38.5 billion in sales. And at retail, frozen pizza takes in $4.5 billion, with refrigerated take-and-bake pizzas adding in another $359.4 million, per IRI, Chicago (52 weeks ending August 7, 2016). Over 40 million Americans eat pizza on any given day of the week.
The human-machine interface (HMI) is essential in an operator’s daily work, as it represents how he or she can use and control the equipment, via technology. These days, using an HMI is all about fostering an easy user experience.