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sugar in soft drinks

Soft Drinks and the UK Sugar Tax

Posted in on 9th June 2016

What Can Beverage Companies Do? For the past few years, sugary drinks have been in the firing line in the war against obesity. While there’s evidence that sugary drinks contribute obesity, there are differing ideas on the best ways to prevent it. In a budget announcement in March 2016, the UK Government included a sugar

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chocolate flakes

Improving Confectionery Production

Posted in on 27th May 2016

Why Chocolate and Confectionery Companies Use Pigging. Product recovery (pigging) systems are in wide use by companies that manufacture chocolate, sweets, candy and other confectionery. That’s because the benefits of pigging to organisations that process liquids or ‘wet’ product when making confectionery, and in particular chocolate, are substantial. Click Here to Download our FREE guide

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Reducing Waste and Using Less Resources

Posted in on 16th May 2016

Environmental Sustainability for Companies that Process Liquids. Environmental sustainability is high on the agenda of most manufacturing businesses. In real terms, it means using the barest minimum of non-renewable resources while not harming the planet. It’s often part of a broader commitment to corporate social responsibility. And the larger the business, the more important it

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What’s The Best Pipeline Pig?

Posted in on 8th April 2016

Choosing the Right Pipeline Pig for Process, Hygienic and Sanitary Applications The pig (the projectile that travels through a pipeline to transfer and recover product), is arguably the most important part of a pigging system. There are a wide range of pig designs available for industrial processes and hygienic or sanitary applications. They come in different shapes,

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How Do Pigs Move Along Pipes?

Posted in on 24th March 2016

Propellants Used in Industrial Process Pigging. Many industries which process liquids, for example food, beverages, household, personal care products, pet food, pharmaceuticals and paint, use pigging systems to recover liquids and clean in the inside of pipes and hygienic tubing. The pipeline pigs (the projectiles that travel along the pipes or tubes to transfer residual product)

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