September/October 2020

Checking in with spinach specialist Eric Christianson of Rijk Zwaan

Christianson works as a spinach crop specialist for international seed company Rijk Zwaan in Salinas. He was recently named one of SeedWorld’s “Top 10 Next Gen Leaders”

Efficiency, ease of sanitation focus of Urschel’s new dicer, cutter

The DiversaCut 2110A eliminates need for precutting and offers more precise cuts, while the TranSlicer 2520 was designed with the salad industry in mind.

Heat and Control has evolved, expanded over 70-year history

Heat and Control was founded in 1950 for the purpose of servicing industrial furnaces. By the 1960s, those furnaces were on the their way out and Heat and Control had turned its attention to food processing.

Meeting demand for sustainable packaging a continuous balancing act

Every story that touches on sustainable packaging immediately points to consumer behavior and reiterates that the next generation of consumers will demand less packaging. 

Oh Snap! parlays grab-n-go, brine-less pickle appeal into new production facility

Longtime Wisconsin sauerkraut producer GLK Foods launched Oh Snap! pickles in 2015, a grab-n-go, brine-less, single-serve line of pickled vegetables.

Spin dryer, prep washing and smart machines highlight latest from Kronen

Kronen Managing Director Stephan Zillgith took Produce Processing on a tour of the company’s latest technology at Fruit Logistica earlier this year in Berlin.

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