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Increased support for North American clients

Partnership between Canadian and Dutch ripening technology companies

While the relationship between the two companies may be longstanding, their more formal and recent North American partnership will offer new opportunities to customers on this continent. VDH Products BV, based in the Netherlands, develops and produces mechanical and electronic instruments for measuring…

Enrique Azcárate, of Envapack:

"Blueberry craze is slowing down, so it is necessary to invest in quality"

Following the drop in blueberry prices, some companies have been slowing down their investments. Still, the best bet is to offer a premium quality fruit: a firm blueberry, of maximum hardness and with the bloom intact. "These characteristics can only be obtained in two ways: with manual handling and…

Monique van Tuil of Dominiak Fruitmachines and Jan Willem Wellner of Wellner fruit

Silent fan in the orchard

Polish fruit grower, Pawel Dominiak, just could not find the perfect spraying machine for his orchard near Warsaw. What do you do then? You build one yourself. Pawel's sprayer quickly became a success, and not only in Poland. Jan Berend van den Berg is from Lienden in the Netherlands. He owns a fruit cultivation company. Jan…

Rwanda: Drones offer high-tech help to smallholders

Towards the end of last year, Charis Unmanned Aerial Solutions, a company that was started by young Rwandan nationals, was demonstrating the potential of drones in driving agriculture output. The exercise took place in Gataraga Sector in Musanze District, Northern Province in the presence of central…

Spain

Grupo Agroponiente sets up two new melon and watermelon sorting lines

Grupo Agroponiente has set up two new weight-based sorting lines for melons and watermelons; a "new technological and innovative leap for the group." The sorting lines have been put into operation in the centers of Campohermoso (in the municipality of Níjar) and La Redonda (in El Ejido), after a total…

Newbridge

Irish fruit importers Fyffes shows off first-of-its-kind pineapple chopper

People visiting Dunnes Stores in Newbridge next week can get their pineapple stripped, chopped and delivered in bite-sized pieces, in a compostable tub - all in just 20 seconds. The state-of the-art pineapple cutting machine – understood to be the first of its kind in Ireland – is being supplied to…

CoreTakr technology makes full commercial debut

Robotic system removes lettuce cores for the ready-to-eat market

JBT Corporation (NYSE: JBT), technology solutions provider to the global food and beverage industry, has announced the commercial introduction of the FTNON CoreTakr. An innovative robotic system, the CoreTakr uses advanced 3D camera technology to accurately and speedily remove unwanted cores from lettuce…

The OMIP experience in Mexico

Pitting machines for avocado and stone fruit: the Latin American market responds well

The feedback from the just-ended Expo Pack exhibition in Guadalajara, Mexico, has been very positive as there has been a good interest in the avocado and fruit processing lines in general. "The cost-benefit advantages of our lines for pitting, peeling and extracting pulp from fruit have been appreciated.…

Smart Ripe: Digital technology to help consumers choose fruit

Last month, at the international horticulture trade show, Macfrut in Italy, an interesting new product was launched; A high-tech in-store ripeness checker for fruit. Developed…

DT Dijkstra and Prinsen Handling Solutions develop potato processing line

DT Dijkstra and Prinsen Handling Solutions have together produced a potato processing line, which was installed in Canada in March. For more information: DT Dijkstra info@dtdijkstra.nl www.dtdijkstra.nl

Kronen GmbH installs processing line at salad producer Verdeagua

Production of fresh, ready-to-eat salads in Uruguay

Verdeagua, a lettuce producer based in Montevideo, Uruguay, has recently put into operation a processing line for making ready-to-eat salads. The sensitive products are supplied to supermarkets and gourmet restaurants, ensuring a high standard of quality. The processing line machines were delivered by…

Plymouth robots field-tested in Cornwall

The future of farming?

The fruit and veg harvesting robots from Plymouth that have been field-tested in Cornwall could be the future of farming, a new report suggests. Pioneering robotics technology that could help fruit and vegetable growers worldwide has been featured in a national report celebrating outstanding collaborations between academia and…

Hygienic conveyor enhances food quality and safety

Tray sealing specialist Proseal has developed a new ultra-hygienic conveyor to help food manufacturers meet the highest food quality and safety standards. The next generation OC Conveyor incorporates a number of features that avoid potential food traps, together with an enhanced design which ensures fast…

As chosen by three of Morrisons manufacturing sites

Brillopak to showcase fresh produce automation

At the PPMA Total Show, Brillopak will unveil the P180 Spider Arm Robot Cell which loads and presents packs of fresh produce in retail crates. Brillopak’s P180 system has recently been chosen by three of Morrisons fresh produce and fruit manufacturing sites to ensure that packs look good on their…

Karl Shackleton - White Air Solutions

Air purification system kills pathogens, reduces waste and removes Ethylene

White Air Solutions, which was established in 2015 have developed an air purification system using photocatalytic oxidisation which extends storage capabilities and reduces waste by removing Ethylene and other VOC gases as well as viruses, pathogens, bacterial and fungal spores. “We have been working on…

Daniel Ghadiri, ProexFood LLC:

"Our new peelers use very little water"

ProexFood LLC is developing complete solutions, from the arrival of fruit and vegetables at a processing plant all the way to final packaging. The lines are available for many different products, including potatoes, carrots, onions, sweet corn, mushrooms, berries, apples and many more. The company is…

Rhima Australia focusing on smaller scale farms with its equipment washing systems

Australian owned equipment washing system company, Rhima, says it is making an effort to focus on supplying the smaller farms and businesses with their specialised cleaning needs. Rhima is a family owned company that originates, and still has operations, in the Netherlands. There are three arms to the…

Robotic strawberry harvesting

Scientists at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, along with the Computer Science Department of Minnesota University, have developed and evaluated a robot for harvesting strawberries grown on table-tops in polytunnels. The robot consists of a newly-designed gripper mounted on an industrial arm which in turn is mounted on…

Tauro Essiccatori manufactures driers for all needs

Tauro Essicatori offers a wide range of driers against fruit and vegetable waste and to produce high-quality aromatic herbs. "Thanks to our thirty years of experience, Tauro's professional driers are perfect for those businesses or greenhouses that deal with high-quality material and are looking for new…

Italy loses its leadership in the fruit and vegetable processing machine sector to the Netherlands

Cibus Tech, the fair that will take place in Parma between 22nd and 25th October 2019, was presented on 12th June 2019 in Milan. The event was attended by Thomas Rosolia, president of Koeln Parma Exhibitions, Antonio Cellie, Ceo of Koeln Parma Exhibitions and Maria Ines Aronadio, director of the Made in…

Californian growers interest as well

Robotics coming to the aid of New Zealand's asparagus industry

New Zealand’s Waikato University is working on robotic technology that may one day end the labour intensive task of harvesting asparagus. The university has developed a conceptual robot, which is on display at their site at this year’s Fieldays at Mystery Creek that uses sensors to 'read' the asparagus…

Israeli start-up develops fruit picking drone

Although the automation of the fresh produce sector is in an advanced stage, fruit is still being picked by hand. An Israeli start-up now wants to dispense with labour intensive harvesting by utilising small drones. The people from Tevel Aerobotics Technologies feel confident that harvesting can be done…

Agricultural tech revolution

Scotland: Drones to examine spuds from the sky

Recently, drones have been given what might just be their most important ever role: being deployed to protect Scottish potatoes. Scientists are increasingly looking at how the technology, developed for the military and corporate interests, could be used to save crops and livestock. Researchers at…

Earlham Institute’s AirSurf-Lettuce platform

Innovative lettuce imaging UK

Earlham Institute researchers have created a machine learning platform to categorise lettuce crops using computer vision and aerial images. The platform, called AirSurf-Lettuce, is capable of scoring iceberg lettuces with high accuracy of greater than 98 per cent, according to the study. The researchers conducted field trials…

Australian potato industry: X-ray tech pays off

In the state of Victoria, the first trials of x-ray technology in a potato packing facility are underway. A 32-year strong partnership between Red Gem (potato growers) and…

Video:

Packing iceberg lettuce on the harvester

A video by Markus Nöthen, from Redpack Maschinen GmbH, shows the iceberg lettuce packaging machine, which can be operated stationary or mobile on a harvester. The output per hour for a well-rehearsed team with a regular product is at about 4,000 to 4,500 packagings per minute. "Compared with other…

Strawberry picking robot should soon be picking faster than people

Researchers of the American University of Plymouth have developed a harvesting robot that can pick strawberries. The robot is currently still very slow at harvesting, but it should soon start picking faster than people. On average, a human can pick 15,000 strawberries in eight hours. The robot is…

ProEx Food exhibits at United Fresh

"We heavily focus on automation"

ProEx Food is a full-service provider of fruit and vegetable processing and packaging lines. The company will be exhibiting at United Fresh Expo in Chicago next week, showcasing their latest technology to visitors. Ross Lund, the CEO of ProEx Food and in charge of North and South America as well as Australia, said more of their…

Uzbekistan a new frontier for Futura

"Uzbekistan is representing a new and increasingly interesting frontier for Futura, a company that manufactures small-medium sized sorting systems. Four new lines are about to be tested for a company growing peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers in greenhouses. Between 12th and 14th June 2019, Futura will take…

Ocado: Working on robotic 'soft hands' that adapt to objects and surroundings

UK online supermarket Ocado wants to pick and pack every one of its 55,000 items that customers can order and has worked with the Horizon 2020-funded SOMA project to develop robotic 'soft hands'. This means that robots might soon be packing up fruit and vegetable orders at Ocado after the online…

Iowa State University, Ames, US

A robot learns to slice onions

The effectiveness of cutting in general is measured by the ability to achieve material fracture with smooth knife movements. The work performed by a knife overcomes the material toughness, acts…

Three ways innovation will transform the fresh produce supply chain

The fresh produce supply chain was once pretty much invisible, but today’s consumers are eager to know the story of how and where their food is grown and packaged. A recent report from Innovative Fresh and Pink Sky stated: “It is increasingly important to talk to customers about food production, food…

New ethylene generator to be demonstrated at Hort Connections

Hort Connections will be taking place in Melbourne, Australia from June 24 - 26. One of the US-based companies exhibiting at the show is Catalytic Generators. The company manufactures ripening equipment and will be showcasing the latest version of its Easy-Ripe® ethylene generator which was just launched…

Why choose OMIP?

Tele-assistance service allows access to the machine anywhere in real-time

In addition to providing quality machines which offer durability, good yield, and low production and maintenance costs, OMIP is continuing to innovate. As a key player on the world market in the sector of fruit processing machines, the Italian company has made it possible for its clients to enjoy…

"We're celebrating the sale of the 1000th vegetable washer"

The milestone machine, one of a pair, rolled off the production line at the end of last month destined for Branston Ltd. As well as being the thousandth vegetable washer to be sold since Haith invented the modern barrel washer in 1961, Branston’s machine is the eighth Haith Supa-Wash to be sold since it…

"Our new 30,000 square meter plant will soon be up and running"

In the fruit and vegetable industry, there are two main developments going on. For the international market, more investment is being put in obtaining better growing technology, post-harvest techniques and cooling systems. For the imported products, more is invested in developing a better cold chain.…

Tobi Seeobst: Device tests firmness of cherries

"In addition to size, sugar content and aroma, strength also plays an important role"

An important factor when selling cherries is the quality. Swiss company Tobi Seeobst has developed a prototype of a device with which it can test their firmness. "In addition…

Robocrop, the new red fruit picking robot developed in the United Kingdom

The shortage of laborers is a common problem across Europe and has become a growing concern in the fruit and vegetable production sector; therefore, various technology companies have decided to develop harvesting robots that will help the sector. One of them is Fieldworks Robotics, which emerged from the…

DHL starts regular autonomous drone deliveries in China

Like most of its competitors, the German-based international shipping giant DHL is very active on the autonomous drone front. This week, the company had some big news: it will start a regular drone delivery service in China. DHL partnered with the drone specialists at EHang, the same company that broke a…

Pocket-sized printer

The labelling of all kinds of products, such as crates for instance, can sometimes take a lot of time. Particularly for crates that should have their coding burned into them in advance. German company EBS, however, has come up with a solution, after several regular customers asked for one: the development of a pocket-sized…

Robot apple pickers in the US could be just around the corner

Currently, the US economy is dealing with the worst labor shortage it has seen in decades. This shortage is hitting nearly every industry, but among the worst hit is the agricultural industry. A recent survey found over half of California’s farmers have started using machines in place of humans to meet…

Asparagus harvester that hasn't made it to market (yet)

New, cutting edge factories in Italy

Treating potatoes as if they were fruits

The potato and onion specialist, Antonio Ruggiero, informs us that he had no difficulty in finding seed potatoes for the crops to be grown in 2019. The President of the company declared to FreshPlaza the following: "We have increased the hectares destined to the growth of potatoes in Italy, and certainly…

South Africa's first licensed crop-spraying drones take flight

A crop-spraying drone has taken its first legal flight in South Africa - a big breakthrough which could radically transform farming in South Africa. After a lengthy process, the DJI drone (the AGRAS MG-1P model) was allowed to fly earlier this month. The South African Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)…

Cambridge Consultants

Hank, the robot that can grab grapes

UK firm Cambridge Consultants has announced the development of Hank, a robot with flexible robotic fingers that are inspired by the human hand. Through a new sensory system embedded in pneumatic fingers, Hank has “a sophisticated sense of touch and slip, meaning it can emulate the human ability to hold…

Results of Spanish cherry season 'surprising'

The Spanish Cherry Season began a few weeks ago and is keeping the entire cherry supply chain in suspense, which is about to complete the work of a whole year. The sector is in turmoil and persistent rains make everything even more complex, but Spanish Packing Houses who have chosen Unitec technology…

The first vegetables from robotic orchards are now on sale in the US

Iron OX, a startup located in California, has begun to market vegetables from robotic orchards. The orchards, managed entirely by robots, were inaugurated last October and, after eight months of cultivation, they have produced three varieties of vegetables: lettuce, sorrel, and basil, which are sold as…

"Our fast response provides a long term solution"

A fast-response service from tray sealing specialist Proseal that enabled leading ready meal manufacturer Rowan Foods Ltd to maintain production has cemented the working relationship between the two companies. From the installation of three Proseal PR30 machines in the late 1990s, which are still in…

Australia: Silvan Avo Jet sprayer reaches tough orchard places

Agricultural spray manufacturer Silvan Australia claims its Avo Jet auxiliary spray unit is very popular. Released in 2017 for targeted spraying in medium to tall trees such as citrus, avocados, mangoes and macadamias, the unit is still ticking the boxes for growers. A key feature is the hydraulically…

US: Is agriculture moving toward robotics?

In a new report by market analysts and consultants Tractica it is stated that global shipments of robots designed for agricultural use are set to rise to a value of $87.9 billion by 2025. “Robots and automation technologies have the potential to dramatically improve crop quality and yields, reduce the…

Japan’s drones to boost Rwandan farming

The drone that will come to Rwandan farmers next month is expected to shift perceptions on farming. The Toyota Motor Corporation has unveiled its plans to provide this high-tech innovation to simplify agriculture. “It is expensive technology but top notch technology. A farmer can spray, collect flowers…

Ardo upgrades its processing plants with PolarVision technology

Quality and food safety are essential for Ardo, one of the world’s largest fresh-frozen fruit, vegetable and herb producers. That is why they have invested in the latest Sortex F optical sorters from Bühler, featuring the peerless Sortex PolarVision foreign material detection system. In addition they…

Barsch Maschinenbau is attracting great interest for new flowpack system

"New bagging machine enables flexible packaging of a wide product range"

In today's fresh food industry, the demand for loose goods in tubular bags is rapidly increasing. To meet these requirements, appropriate packaging lines are required. Barsch Maschinenbau, headquartered in Reiskirchen, Germany, has been specializing in the production of modern tubular bag systems for…

Unitec displayed UNIQ technologies during Macfrut

The Unitec Group is an international company specialized in designing and producing results for their Customers using technologies for the processing and the quality selection of fruits and vegetables. This year, Unitec was at the forefront of Macfrut. This important event was the ideal stage to present…

US: Apple-picking robots gear up for Washington state

Next fall, for the first time, some of the apples sold in the US will be picked by a robot rather than human hands. That’s thanks to agricultural automation start-up Abundant Robotics, the maker of apple harvesting machines that will partake in Washington state’s next harvest. “This will be the first…

A new cutting machine with 14 cutting stations

The objective of Urschel International is to cut vegetables in an increasingly effective way reducing waste to a minimum. At Macfrut, the company presented a cutting machine boasting 14 cutting stations compared to the traditional 8. Marco Cortese, Paola Tonini Bossi and Mario Molino "The 14 cutting…

Ton Smolders on Engels Machines' crate transporter:

"Efficient asparagus harvesting on any surface"

In the Mediterranean, there is a growing interest in cultivating green asparagus. In these countries, the focus is on worker efficiency. This is in order to meet the rising demand for high-quality green asparagus. This, in a market where labor is playing an ever-increasing role. Green asparagus is also…

Induser leads the major blueberry packaging projects in Huelva

This year, Huelva's big berry producers are relying once again on Induser for the automation of their packaging processes. "After managing to handle 120 tons a day at the new facilities set up in the previous campaign, Lucena Coophuelva is doing the same at its facilities in Cartaya, with an installation…

New pouch-filling technology launched

JBT Corporation has announced the launch of a new product for filling flexible pouches commonly used in the infant nutrition and sports drinks categories, which it says could spark further market growth for the sector. The JBT AsepFlex™ Linear Pouch Filler has been developed with the aim to overcome…

Italy: The new automatic combiner with scales - MHP1200 from TopControl

A sprint start to the year for TopControl, which has recorded an excellent increase in turnover both in Italy and abroad. The sales manager Johann Strozzega: "We are satisfied with the first months of 2019 which have confirmed our growth expectations. We have increased turnover in Italy, but we should…

Uruguayan Salanova® producer wants to deliver to food retail and gourmet kitchens

VerdeAgua puts new Kronen lettuce processing line into operation

Following a visit to the KRONEN booth at the Fruit Logistica 2018, the exchange between VerdeAgua, producer of fresh-cut salads from Uruguay, and the KRONEN sales team intensified with regard to the salad-processing machines offered by KRONEN. Subsequently, Heiko Schönbroich (Sales Manager Germany South…

Interko’s design to ripen large volumes of bananas

The II-tier Ultimo fruit ripening room

The current Ultimo fruit ripening room by Interko is a result of 50 years of innovation. The Ultimo is designed to ripen large volumes of bananas. By constantly reducing the energy-use of the Ultimo, it currently runs at maximum efficiency. These innovations vary from small changes like implementing LED…

System which improves French fry quality and provides energy savings

GEA has recently concluded tests proving the effectiveness of its award-winning CALLIFREEZE® system which improves product quality and provides energy savings by automatically controlling and monitoring the condition of frozen products as they exit the freezer. Because CALLIFREEZE® uses Aquantis sensors,…

A new asparagus harvester that can reach 22 km/h

At Macfrut, Bagioni from Forlì will present an electric asparagus harvester that can reach 22 km/h. "This machine has an exceptional performance. Of course operations can be carried out in less time, so this machine is a prototype that showcases the ongoing research in our sector." "We are currently…

Second operational season for the asparagus peeling machine

Acquired in 2018 by the store of the Fleury-la-Vallée farm (Yonne), the asparagus peeling machine comes from Germany, the leading European producer since 2003, with a yearly…

BS Verpackungen focuses on automated packaging of fruit and vegetable products

"We enable an economical entry into automated tray sealing"

Small and medium-sized vegetable and fruit producers are faced with the challenge of optimizing their packaging processes to cover peak production for their seasonal business. The aim is to reduce staff time and to create attractive sales packaging for presentation in retail or direct marketing. The…

FraVa installs new InVision Total View for cherry grading

One of the objectives of Fra.Va. Srl , a company located in Puglia, is to keep up to date when it comes to innovation so as to supply products that are increasingly competitive. This year, the company has decided to improve the efficiency of its optic grader to process cherries using the new "InVision…

Advanced Pear Sorting machine at MacFrut in Italy

Aweta’s advanced sorting machine for large fruit and vegetables, will be demonstrated during the MacFrut in Italy in May 8-10, 2019. The Cup XL machine is designed to handle large products thanks to the wide singulator brushes and cups. The elongated pear rotates perfectly under the camera for a complete…

Bell pepper packing robot packs 30% better than humans

Omrons' bell pepper packing robot is 30% better at its job than its human counterparts. Two major factors delay packing. These are the weighing and sorting of the colors for a traffic light combination. The robot arm can do this faster and more accurately than a person can.

Natural Vending by ZUMEX®: An on-the-go juice vending machine

People with little time and an accelerated lifestyle increasingly choose to eat between meals and away from home, so snacks are increasing and now account for almost 50% of meals *. The growing demand for snacks in the vending channel clashes with the low variety and lack of supply of healthy and fresh…

Futura Solutions

Grading solutions for tropical fruit

Futura solutions feature extremely delicate machines to sort tropical fruit that will be on display at the Tropical Fruit Congress at Macfrut. "We are working a lot abroad and mangoes, avocados, dates and dragon fruits are just some of the types of tropical fruits we are able to sort with an extremely…

University of Florida and farmers working together

Florida strawberry farmers use robots to pick fruit & control mildew

Florida strawberry growers are investing heavily in robots to pick their crops and control disease, partly in response to declining farm laborer numbers. Strawberry farmer Gary Wishnatzki has been developing robotic picking machines, named Berry, for seven years. And the University of Florida's…

Unique Australian technology cleaning cool room storages and improving food quality

A unique Australian-developed atmosphere management technology system is proving to be very popular throughout the horticulture sector, with substantial growth in on-farm use across many regions nationally and overseas. Airofresh is a patented highly intense oxidation module, driven by light, and…

New Zealand: Better AI's mean that 'robocrops' are coming

In New Zealand, as is the case everywhere, the main impediments to adoption of technology are cost, access, and expertise. However, whether it's robotics or artificial intelligence (AI), adoption of new technology is usually quite high; provided, of course, it makes a tangible difference to the…

Canadian company showcases waterless produce washing system

Clean Works promotes waterless fresh produce washing

Clean Works, based in Beamsville, Ontario, has invented a process to clean fresh produce without using water. Using ultraviolet light and vaporised hydrogen peroxide, the company claims the 30 second process kills 99% of dangerous pathogens. The company also says it increases the shelf life of produce by…

Thomas Foods International Fresh Produce

South Australia: High-tech hub fast-tracks premium potato processing

Thomas Foods International Fresh Produce from Virginia, South Australia, has installed a world-first Spectrim potato grading line as part of enhancements to its Penfield…

Cimcorp enters Russian distribution market and aims to boost grocery freshness

In response to growing demand for increased speed in fresh produce logistics, leading automation supplier, Cimcorp, is entering the Russian distribution market. Being…

OC Verhulst and Mooij Agro

Newly designed VaccTek Condenser Dryer

Two Dutch companies, OC Verhulst and Mooij Agro, have brought the VaccTek® Condenser Dryer to new heights. OC Verhulst has been manufacturing air treatment units for many years. They found their sales and support partner for the VaccTek® Condenser Dryer in Mooij Agro. The VaccTek® Condenser Dryer is the…

Robots on wheels to compose pallets

Robot manufacturer Boston Dynamics published a YouTube video showing two Handle robots working in a warehouse completely autonomously: one transfers a few boxes from the shelves to a pallet, while the other moves them from the shelves to a conveyor belt. The machines look like ostriches with two legs…

US: Strawberry experts share latest advances at Cal Poly summit

Wednesday, as part of the Second Automation Summit at the university, the California Strawberry Commission teamed up with the Cal Poly Strawberry Center to talk about the future of strawberry production. The all-day conference focused on the latest advances in production automation. Experts discussed…

Strauss supplies asparagus sorting machines, weighing machines, packaging machines and harvesting aids

"Only the harvesting of asparagus needs to be done by hand"

For more than 20 years, Strauss Verpackungsmaschinen has been producing asparagus sorting machines, weighing machines, packaging machines and, for five years, harvesting aids for asparagus. At the moment, the preparation for this year's season is in full swing. In parts of Europe, harvesting had already…

'The Bin Eater'

KT20 ‘Bin Eater’ in action

The KT20 was designed by Lüttich Ingenieure for ‘transport level 1’; between orchard and box handling areas or direct to the warehouse. The machine can continuously pick up big bins in the orchards and deposit them at the transhipment point. In the reverse process, the machine can pick up empty boxes at the terminal and leave…

Bidding begins for machinery and inventory of apple processor Delipom

Apple processor Delipom has decided to halt all of its activities. The machinery and inventory of the production location in Benschop will be auctioned by Industrial Auctions on 4 April. Delipom performed the process from start to finish. All machines from input bunker, dividing station, peeling and…

AU: Federal Budget delivers funding for horticulture producers to expand export potential

Australian horticulture growers will share in $29.4 million worth of measures that target sectors with high export growth potential. The Coalition government handed down the first Federal Budget surplus on Tuesday night in nearly a decade ($7.1billion), with many “sweeteners” for voters ahead of an…

Soloves dust, skin, and sealing smoke problem

Extraction solution for potato and onion packer, Awex, in Poland

Over the years, Jongejans Luchttechniek has become a household name for extraction systems in the agricultural sector. These systems are developed in the Netherlands and then installed, worldwide, at many growers and packing companies. Issues with dust and skins are then resolved. Recently, Jongejans…


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