Submitted by user on Wed, 06/21/2017 - 23:49
X-rays are more and more becoming the vanguard for food manufacturers, protecting them from contaminants like steel shards, irregularities in the product, and other defects. That is, at least in part, because of the greater sensitivities of x-ray food inspection, when compared to food metal detectors: food x-ray machines can detect metal shards 1 to 2 mm smaller than metal detectors.
Submitted by user on Sat, 06/03/2017 - 04:07
X-rays are used in a wide range of applications. They are used for security at the airport, for checking to find broken bones and other obstructions in doctors offices, and they are used to prevent contaminants from slipping into commercial food.
Submitted by user on Thu, 05/25/2017 - 04:58
Food metal detectors are the best way to ensure that there are no metallic contaminants, whether they are Ferrous, Non-Ferrous, or Stainless Steel -- the main groups of metallic contaminants in food processing.
While their roots might be humble, food metal detectors have become sophisticated pieces of technology that can integrate directly with data systems and even allow users to operate them with a simple touch screen.
Submitted by user on Sat, 05/13/2017 - 00:55
A food's packaging is the first thing a consumer notices about the item. The packaging is what describes the food and is what provides the consumer with critical safety information. Packaging can be used for the greater good, considering that packaging experts estimate that each pound of plastic packaging can reduce food waste by up to 1.7 pounds, but this is only true if the package has clear, easy to read information.
Submitted by user on Fri, 04/28/2017 - 05:15
X-ray inspection systems can detect a wide variety of foreign contaminants, looking straight through food packaging to make sure the contents within are safe to consume. In fact, X-ray food inspection can detect stainless steel fragments as small as 1.5 mm or less in some cases.
Submitted by user on Sat, 04/15/2017 - 00:20
Of the earth's mounting environmental crises, food waste in one of the most threatening human contributions. According to the UN's Food and Agricultural Organization, almost a third of all food produced globally never makes it onto our plates. This is shocking, imagining the potential for all of that food. Taking this crisis a step further, we are continuing to throw out much of the food that we do purchase with the intention to consume.
Submitted by user on Sat, 03/25/2017 - 02:45
The challenge of keeping fresh produce safe and ripe as long as possible has always been a struggle for packaging companies. With the risk of disease spreading through food, it's no surprise companies are always looking for better ways to seal food quicker. Ulma Packaging may just be at the forefront of elite food packaging machines.
Submitted by user on Wed, 03/08/2017 - 05:42
When you go out shopping for groceries, one of the things that you should never have to worry about it whether your food is packaged properly. It's expected that when you grab a bag of iceberg lettuce or slip those chicken breasts into your cart, that they have been properly sealed in their packaging for you to buy. However, even in today's modern society, the facts do not lie.
Submitted by user on Thu, 03/02/2017 - 03:27
The most important aspect of the food packaging industry is safety. If food packaging manufacturers are not following strict safety guidelines, working with quality food packaging equipment, or not taking proper care of their products, they run the risk of seriously harming consumers.
Submitted by user on Sat, 02/11/2017 - 00:09
When it comes to our food, the product packaging, x-ray inspection, and packaging machines being used are extremely important for the safety and quality of each item of food. No matter what kind of food is being packaged, if it's not following the strict industry regulations in regards to health and safety standards, that food shall not be distributed.