Key Technology, a member of the Duravant family of operating companies, announces the appointment of Marco Azzaretti as Director of Marketing. Azzaretti was previously with Key from 2012 to 2019, most recently as the Automated Inspection Systems Product Manager. In his new role as Director of Marketing, he is responsible for marketing strategies and initiatives that promote the value of the company’s high performance digital sorting, conveying and process automation solutions worldwide.
d’Arta offers a range of fresh frozen products, including vegetables, fruits, herbs and ready-made side dishes produced from its four European factories.
October 31, 2019
For many years, d’Arta and Bühler have worked collaboratively to solve the challenges typically faced by the fresh and frozen foods sector and to help improve the efficiency of optical sorting equipment to ensure 100% food safety.
Sustainability is the efficient use of resources, which is vital for ensuring food supply for future generations. And, technology is the answer to making the food sector more sustainable, efficient and profitable.
The groups will work across the industry to integrate data through digital standards that lead to continuous improvements, from precision farming to trading to retail marketing of fresh and processed food products.
February 8, 2018
TOMRA Sorting Food, Austria, revealed plans to form cross-industry working groups to accelerate development of digital standards for the food industry.
The large cold storage capacity in Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and England, together with expertise in all commodity types and a strong transportation network, positions AGRO as a market leader providing unique value-added solutions.
Implementing sorting technology can significantly reduce the risk of contamination from aflatoxins and foreign material, driving up food safety on the production line and offering a smart investment for processors and manufacturers.
The $600,000 packing line can inspect, clean, wash, dry, sort, box, label and seal fruit harvested from the 1,000-acre campus farm.
February 16, 2017
The Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology on the Fresno State campus, Fresno, Calif., unveiled a state-of-the-art citrus packing line that was donated by Bee Sweet Citrus, Fowler, Calif.
Developments in technologies, such as a 360-degree surround view of the produce for optimal inspection, combined with innovative detection and rejection technology, result in more valid decisions about the quality of the product.