Dairy supplier news briefs: David Michael, Roquette and more
Rocket Products Inc. launched a line of lemonade, orange and fruit punch beverages. A 5-gallon cube makes 250 finished gallons. The beverages are Kosher-certified and have a 45-day shelf life.
David Michael & Co. celebrated the 30th anniversary of its dry, natural flavor called Raisin-Mate.
The Serac Group said it delivered its seventh Nova cup filling line to Chobani in Melbourne, Australia. The Nova Linea multilayer filling line is used to produce a dessert made of five layers of yogurt and fruit.
OC Flavors Inc. moved to a new corporate facility in Ontario, Calif. The company formulates liquid and powdered flavors.
Pro Mach broke ground in November for a 78,000-square-foot manufacturing and office building in Pewaukee, Wis. The building, scheduled to be completed in summer 2014, will be used by Pro Mach’s Federal Manufacturing division, a maker of filling equipment.
Fortress Technology received IP69K accreditation for its Stealth metal detector.
Roquette obtained GRAS designation for its microalgae-based lipid food ingredient.
SPX Corp. was awarded a contract in October worth approximately $26 million from Lotte Co. Ltd., the Japan-based multinational conglomerate, to help the company expand its main dairy processing plant dedicated to producing ice cream products.