Advancing poultry processing to the next level

marelMarel Poultry launches Nugget Line, ATLAS and more at IPPE

At the 2018 IPPE expo, Marel Poultry, proven global market leader in poultry processing solutions, will launch many innovations, all of them designed to make life easier for processors and add value to their processes. A world’s first is the Automated Nugget Line, which will surely be warmly welcomed in the homeland of the nugget.

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Meyn innovates the future at IPPE 2018

meynMeyn, the market leader in poultry processing solutions, will present an extensive range of new innovations to the international community at the IPPE 2018. The equipment range comprises of the areas live bird handling, slaughtering, evisceration, cut up, deboning and plant management. Many of the machines will be making their world premiere at the show.

Meyn has always been an important innovator for the industry. But what makes Meyn stand out is that innovations are only announced when proven and available.

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Dalziel Ingredients’ reveals its festive food forecast

dalzielBlends, cures and functional ingredients specialist Dalziel Ingredients is set to launch its annual festive food report of what’s big this Christmas, available early January.

Dalziel Ingredients’ report, which can be specially tailored for customers, looks at this year’s eating habits and trends, and it reveals its Christmas 2018 predictions of what’s coming next.

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2018 IPPE Surpasses 520,000 Square Feet

ippeWith two months remaining until the trade show, the 2018 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) has surpassed 520,000 square feet of exhibit space and has secured 1,200 exhibitors. There will be virtually every type of exhibitor present at IPPE, assuring attendees’ needs are met.

“We are very pleased with the level of exhibitor participation. The Expo provides an excellent location to learn about new products and services for the protein and feed industries,” stated IPPE show organizers.

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Visitors from more than 135 nations celebrated the latest in food innovation at Fi Europe & Ni 2017

ubmWith record breaking visitor numbers, Fi Europe & Ni (Frankfurt, Germany) was the place to be for decision makers, product developers, market strategists and scientists

Frankfurt/Amsterdam, 12 December 2017: A marketplace for innovation, a source of inspiration and a trend barometer. The world's most important trade show for food and beverage ingredients, Fi Europe & Ni 2017 welcomed more visitors than ever before.

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ICL Food Specialties to highlight protein expertise at Food Ingredients Europe

iclfoodTaste ICL’s twist on evolving market trends

Today’s discerning consumers want it all: texture, stability, high protein content, reduced sodium; convenience, vegan and vegetarian options. The ever-evolving list of market trends is limitless. Whatever the formulation challenge, the experts at ICL Food Specialties have it covered with novel ingredient systems delivering on-trend solutions.

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Fi Europe Innovation Awards: These are the shortlisted companies

ubmOn 28 November, the winners of this year's FiE Innovation Awards will be announced at the world's largest food and beverage ingredients show. The jury of industry experts is delighted to introduce the 17 nominated companies.

Frankfurt/Amsterdam, 16 November 2017: One of the highlights at Fi Europe & Ni is the announcement of the winners of the Innovation Awards.

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Essentia launches nutritional enhancement calculator on Stand 640, Food Matters Live, ExCel, London (21-23 November 2017)

essentiapngA Nutritional Enhancement Calculator that shows how to boost the nutritional profile of food and beverage products will be launched by ingredients specialist Essentia Protein Solutions on Stand 640 at Food Matters Live 2017. Using basic nutritional data, Essentia’s calculator informs manufacturers about what’s required to upgrade their food or drink product to a higher protein classification - according to Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 - in terms of labelling as source of protein, high in protein or increased in protein.

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