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It’s the Super Bowl! Chow down!

Feb 5, 2016 10:37:58 AM | Food Chilling & Freezing

On Super Bowl Sunday, Americans eat more food in one day than on any other day of the year, after Thanksgiving. So..

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5 questions to ask when comparing chilling and freezing technology

Jan 19, 2016 2:34:50 PM | Food Chilling & Freezing


If you’re a poultry, red meat or other food processor who wants to improve productivity without adding significant..

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How to solve the “sticky” problem of gluten-free baking

Dec 1, 2015 2:10:54 PM | Food Chilling & Freezing

Americans love trendy diets. Low carb, high-protein and lately – gluten-free – are the methods of choice in the..

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Did you recycle today? We did!

Reduce, reuse, recycle. The mantra of environmentalists everywhere. It seems to be working. Americans’ recycling..

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Upcycling the soda can: Melting aluminum to shape cars of the future

Oct 26, 2015 4:41:00 PM | Aluminum,Metals

Next time you pitch your empty soda can in the recycling bin, think about this: that aluminum can – which has..

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Seven reasons why hydrogen and fuel cells are ready for our highways

Oct 7, 2015 3:42:27 PM | Industrial Gases,Hydrogen fueling

With energy demands rising and the challenges associated with climate change, the time has come to focus on a clean,..

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How to pick the right cryogenic chilling systems for your food plant

Sep 25, 2015 11:33:22 AM | Food Chilling & Freezing

If you're a seafood, red meat, poultry or pork processor who wants to move from other methods to cryogenic chilling,..

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A purge is a sparge, is a blanket, is a strip of…Nitrogen?

The old adage that Eskimos have so many different words for snow could be recrafted like this: the industrial gases..

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Just chilling: 3 approaches processors can use to beat the heat to keep food safe

Jul 30, 2015 4:58:00 PM | Food Chilling & Freezing

As the summer heat increases, many red meat, poultry or seafood plants find it harder to quickly lower and maintain..

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