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Nestlé, Switzerland: Hygienic Design at the Research Center

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 16, 2018 12:50:00 PM / by Rittal Enclosures posted in Food & Beverage manufacturing, Hygienic design

 

Food hygiene. The Nestlé Product Technology Centre (PTC) in Orbe, Switzerland, is the group-wide research and development center for coffee, chocolate drinks and malt beverages. Nestlé demands state-of-the-art process technology, high availability and hygienic design from its suppliers when purchasing new machines. Enter Rittal.

"We simply want to acquire the best and most modern products the market has to offer."  - Phillipe Demarque, Project Manager, Nestlé PTC Orbe

Efficient cleaning

Nestlé has drawn up a comprehensive hygiene specification for all open processes in foodstuffs production. This stipulates how electrical cables are to be fixed in place, regulates the cleanability of

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Dairy Market Strives Towards Compliance And Market Demands

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2017 1:15:00 PM / by Rittal Enclosures posted in Food & Beverage manufacturing, Dairy

The U.S. Dairy Export Council is bullish on dairy.1 So, too, is TATA Consultancy2, a multinational leader in IT, digital and business services based in Mumbai. Both believe that despite a currently tough domestic market, U.S. dairy prospects are positive for global growth in developing countries.

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Food & Beverage Industry: Hygienic Design Deliver Cleanliness And Compliance

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 27, 2017 1:25:00 PM / by Rittal Enclosures posted in Hygienic design, Food & Beverage manufacturing, Enclosures

In food and beverage (F&B) production facilities around the world, cleaning and sanitization are just as vital to an organization’s success as the taste and texture of the products they produce. Although cleaning adds no direct value to a product, the cost of failing to do it properly can be enormous, both in terms of company reputation and the risk of spreading potentially deadly illnesses. Even when working  hard to operate in compliance with the strictest standards, U.S. F&B producers are forced to recall thousands of products each year, typically for one of three reasons: undeclared allergens (such as the presence of milk, wheat, peanuts or soy that don’t appear on the label), pathogens like E.coli, salmonella or listeria, or physical contamination.

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All U.S. F&B processors are affected by increasingly stringent food safety standards. These standards

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