Food Manufacturing Africa - Volume 3, Issue 3, 2015
Volume 3, Issue 3, 2015
Source: Food Manufacturing Africa 3, pp 7 –9 (2015)More Less
Constantia Flexibles expands in Africa.
A step up for pathogen detection.
SoftBev appointed as new South African bottler.
Scope for insect entrepreneurs.
Beverage production line launched.
Best-in-class labelling from Traceability Solutions.
Trade opportunities investigated.
Propak Africa 2016 floor space selling fast.
Increase in plastics, printing and packaging technology.
Author Johan SmithSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
Unique Flavors is set to double the size of its business in the next five years. It aims to do so by forging an aggressive strategy in Africa through supplying turnkey solutions to the F&B industry. FOOD MANUFACTURING AFRICA spoke to managing director and owner Johan Smith about his plans for the future on the eve of the company's 15th anniversary.
Author Jonathan WilkenSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3, pp 12 –13 (2015)More Less
Author Andreas ClemenzSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
The use of naturally sourced ingredients is gaining popularity in the bakery industry because of their economic and sustainable advantages. Using natural ingredients during the formulation stage is an area of development that Franz Haas Waffelmaschinen (Franz Haas), specialists in the design and supply of wafer baking plants, is passionate about.
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SPRAY DYNAMICS' NEW slurry on demand continuous mixer ends the waste and delay normally required to produce pumpable slurries of oil-based seasonings and other coatings. Ingredients are mixed only as needed to reduce waste. Mixing speeds up to 3 000 RPM are adjustable to suit many different types of slurry ingredients. Models are available to simultaneously blend multiple powders and liquids. The unique slim-barrel design requires less floor space and cleaning time than conventional systems, and there is no need for mix, use or day tanks.
Author Jan MeerdinkSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
The introduction of linear press meat harvesting in the mid-1970s marked a revolution in meat processing. The technology allowed for a much higher quality residual meat than the rotational press. This impacted significantly on the processing of smaller, softer bone material.
Author Steve MottSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
Although the global meat market has been faced with a number of challenges in recent months, the outlook remains positive. In Africa, where the level of meat consumption per capital has traditionally been lower compared to the global average, the demand for animal protein is projected to climb significantly over the next few years.
Author Maryke FouldsSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
Author Penny NtuliSource: Food Manufacturing Africa 3 (2015)More Less
AFRICA IS PART of global emerging markets and is shaped by the same forces that shape markets elsewhere. Juice, nectars, still drinks and dairy are enormously popular as our continent's population urbanises and the middle class swells in numbers. Tetra Pak delivers more than 180 billion packages of consumable products around the world. In addition to the need for packaging to maintain quality and freshness of product, factors such as portability, convenience, functionality, ease of use and sustainability also come into play when the company develops its products.