Creating a high-performing food processing line for plant-based products
As when producing meat-based products, processing plant-based protein requires the correct, high-quality equipment. Smooth operation, high throughput, and reliable equipment that are easy to integrate are essential when setting up a profitable and efficient food processing line for plant-based products. At JBT, we have years of experience in this field and have developed a full line of flexible processing equipment and solutions to process plant-based products. We will help you secure food safety and maintain high capacity and yield with minimal downtime, as well as share our knowledge and help you get started!
Put your energy costs on ice: How to turn your freezer into your most efficient inflation fighter
As food processors all across Europe face unprecedented cost pressures, economization has become essential to the survival of many businesses. Investing in a JBT Frigoscandia GYRoCOMPACT® […]
Meet the next-gen alternative: JBT alco’s complete plant-based food solutions
Plant-based proteins proteins have been conquering the grocery store shelves in recent years at an astonishing pace. Whilst some customers have been slow to adopt healthier […]
Electric ovens make plant-based products more sustainable
Cookers, ovens, and fryers mostly use thermofluidic heating powered by gas or oil. But today, producers of plant-based food products are looking for ways to power their processing equipment with renewable energy sources.
How to freeze plant-based products 15% more efficiently
An efficient freezing process is essential when producing plant-based products. There is a way to make the freezing process 15% more efficient and, at the same time, reduce the amount of refrigerant by 50%. Meet the Frigoscandia LVS!
Sustainability was in focus when Norsk Kylling built one of the world’s most modern factories
When Norway’s leading poultry producer Norsk Kylling planned its new production facility, the goal was clear: They wanted to create a signature building for sustainable food production and Norwegian agriculture. But they also wanted all suppliers involved in the project to be committed and engaged in developing the industry further.
Minimizing microplastics in the food processing line
Scientists have recognized plastic pollution as an environmental problem for a long time, but recently it has increased substantially and become more urgent to manage. […]
Marlow Foods and JBT – a long and successful partnership
The story of Quorn started in the ’60s with one man’s vision of protecting the world from food shortages.
Need help to transition into plant-based?
JBT is a leading global full-solution provider within food processing, offering a broad portfolio of products and solutions. We have a long experience in plant-based protein processing and production, and our food experts are standing by to help you with your transition and guide you on your journey towards successfully growing your business.
Guide: The optimal plant-based food processing line
- Information about our equipment
- Knowledge about the different steps in the processing line
- Insights about processing methods for plant-based foods
Want to prevent microplastics contamination in the food zone of your freezer?
As plastic parts in food processing equipment are exposed to wear and tear, they can generate microplastics contamination in food. That’s why the Frigoscandia GYRoCOMPACT® self-stacking freezer’s has no plastic parts in the food zone.
JBT designed the Frigoscandia GYRoCOMPACT® self-stacking freezer. Its unique Self-Stacking design has no plastic parts in the food zone that can generate microplastics.The GYRoCOMPACT has 25 meters of belt wear strips which is only 2% compared to the 1 250 m belt wear strips of the conventional spiral freezer.
At JBT, we know that the design of food processing equipment is essential for food safety. That’s why we always design to minimize all unnecessary surfaces and use as little material as possible to avoid dirt traps. We call it Hygiene by Design, and it is crucial in food zone 1, where the equipment has direct physical contact with the products. We also have specialists just focusing on reducing the use of unwanted materials like plastics.