Good maintenance can prevent unnecessary downtime. It’s an obvious statement, however many companies fail to do the basics right and lose money as a result. Here, GEA looks at some simple ways in which dairy plants can keep production flowing.
Pasta filata cheeses, of which Mozzarella is the most widely known type, are Italian dairy specialties known worldwide. In recent years, their increase in consumption has outstripped other cheeses mainly owing to the increasing consumption of pizza. In this article, GEA looks at the techniques for making this unique ’ricetta’ of cheese that is enjoyed by so many people the world over.
The process for manufacturing many types of cheese, including the Dutch type cheeses such as Edam or Gouda, requires the pressed cheese to pass through a curing stage in a brine bath to enhance the taste and texture. Over time the brine becomes enriched with fats, proteins and lactose out of the cheese.
Kraft Foods is a global food-maker with over 70 major brands. 99% of North Americans are Kraft Food consumers. A key to Kraft Food’s business success is its relentless focus on improving the efficiency and reliability of its production processes.
Royal FrieslandCampina uses inline analyzers in whey processing to identify the concentration of substances.
August 25, 2015
Royal FrieslandCampina is using inline measurement technology. The Dutch dairy company is a manufacturer of dairy products, baby foods and functional dairy ingredients. It operates plants around the world.
DOW was invited to participate in a competitive field trial comparing five Dairy nanofiltration elements available on the market. The purpose was to determine which elements provide the best overall performance concentrating and demineralizing lactose over a period of 12 months. The results show that FILMTEC™ NF245 membrane consistently outperformed the other elements and maintained the highest lactose rejection and highest salt permeability. Additionally, FILMTEC NF245 had 16 percent higher permeate flow than the competition.
When Huhtamaki Packaging entered a contract with a national yogurt producer, the yogurt company requested that every container be inspected by a metal detector before being shipped. So it purchased six E-Z Tec DSP metal detectors from Eriez.