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Representatives from Döhler, GNT and Haas are set to attend the upcoming ProSweets Cologne, the international supplier fair for the sweets and snacks industry.
Equipment: Process control and automation Ingredients: Inclusions, sugar and sweeteners Packaging: Flow wrapping Product focus: Extruded confectionery Show preview: Gulfood Manufacturing Supplier profiles
Baker Perkins has introduced a flexible depositing system capable of producing a range of hard and soft candy and lollipops at outputs of up to 10,800 pieces per hour.
To ensure success at the PoS (point of sale), chocolate manufacturers present their products in attractive cardboard packaging.
At PackExpo International, the main event for processing and packaging innovations in 2016, the packaging machine manufacturer LoeschPack will be showcasing its innovative and efficient system solution for flow packs.
Theegarten-Pactec has introduced its improved machine for the packaging of lollipops in Top Twist wrapping, due to growing demand in Asia and South America.
GEA, which supplies process technology for the food industry, has developed what it claims is the world’s first fully automated lollipop coating line.
Equipment: Cooking and despositing Ingredients: Flavours and colours Packaging: Sleeve wrapping Product focus: Hard candy and lollipops
I could start by asking you how you like your doughnuts, but I won’t. It’s National Doughnut week – not only an excuse to eat as many delicious jam, chocolate or ring baked goods as you like, but it’s also a chance to raise money for charity.
Ulma Packaging is now offering the UK market a high tech version of its popular Atlanta range of horizontal flow wrapping machines.
There is still plenty of innovation to discover on the penultimate day of ProSweets and ISM, the two-in-one show currently taking place in Cologne, Germany.
Theegarten-Pactec has extended the range of applications for its cutting and wrapping machines. Acting on a customer request, the company modified the cutting section of its continuous motion high performance machines.
World packaging machinery demand is set to grow by 4.9% annually over the next three years according to Ucima Research Department, which publishes exclusive three year forecasts (2015-2018) for global demand divided up by geographical area, type of machine and sectors served.
Chocolat Frey AG, based in Buchs in Aargau, Switzerland, has recently expanded production of its chocolate Neapolitans.