March 2019

In this Issue: 

Breaking News – Infant on the rise

Inspiration:  Kiwi students take first steps to a space brewery

Innovation:  On the plant protein path… bitter but sweet

My Say  New year, new me market:  Catering to a healthier 2019

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Variety: The spice of NZ food life

As I take the helm of NZ Food Technology for a period of time, I’m excited at what the future landscape of Kiwi food is about to bring.

Pressure to produce more per acreage – in my view – is a great thing, opening up fresh opportunities for New Zealand food and beverage manufacturers. The flow-on effect in terms of contribution from businesses outside of the actual food/beverage manufacturer is what NZ needs to get ahead. We need to produce, more. An opportunity for one business in the making of a product provides work for many other businesses that are able to contribute to the source business/project being a success – from ad agencies to engineers.  Read more

 

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How to avoid using chemical lubricants in spray dry nozzles for infant formula and pharmaceutical powders

Assessing HAZOP and Hygiene Design Requirements in Reducing Chemicals and Increasing Assembly Safety With spray driers now being specifically built to manufacturer higher yield products such as nutritional and specialty powders, many process and quality professionals are looking at “how can we assemble, operate and increase cleanability of nozzles, meet our stringent audit, HACCP and HAZOP risk identifiers, but still operate a complex atomising nozzle, that has threads, high-pressure o-rings etc. Continue →
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How to avoid using chemical lubricants in spray dry nozzles for infant formula and pharmaceutical powders

Assessing HAZOP and Hygiene Design Requirements in Reducing Chemicals and Increasing Assembly Safety With spray driers now being specifically built to manufacturer higher yield products such as nutritional and specialty powders, many process and quality professionals are looking at “how can we assemble, operate and increase cleanability of nozzles, meet our stringent audit, HACCP and HAZOP risk identifiers, but still operate a complex atomising nozzle, that has threads, high-pressure o-rings etc. Continue →