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May/June 2021

Belgium getting pilot fry line to test new techniques

Belgian companies will soon have access to a new pilot frying line to test production methods for french fries.

Consumers seeking healthy snacks turn to produce

Healthy food options are reaching the heights where labeling it a fad no longer applies. 

Immunity-boosting foods gain ground in market

Immunity and health have become top-of-mind concerns for many consumers, as COVID-19 continues to cause concern.

Initiative underway to implement PEF technology into potato chip industry

Advances in Pulse Electric Field (PEF) technology in the food processing arena represent both cost savings and increasing measures of sustainability in the fry and chip sectors.

Maximizing frozen food quality through latest processing technology

Over the past year, consumer demand for frozen foods has grown significantly, and momentum is expected to continue.

Pandemic adds fuel to already-blossoming frozen food category

Since COVID-19 first reared its ugly head, it has shaken up all food categories, including the frozen category, which has seen tremendous growth. 



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