Archive for the Food and Beverage Category

Decompress on St. Patrick’s Day with the Help of Compressed Air

In the United States, Irish pub owners (who were actually raised in Ireland) have long joked that St. Patrick’s Day is every publican’s “favorite English holiday.” It can be an extraordinarily profitable day for them. The pubs teem with revelers. Pints pour endlessly. And no shortage of

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Love Chocolate at Valentine’s? You Should Love Compressed Air Too…

Chocolate is a universal treat. It’s enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. Derived from the cocoa beans, it has historically been harvested in South America (where it originated); but today the African continent is the largest producer (accounting for roughly 66% of the global supply). Côte d’Ivoire

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Food Safety Rule Changes – Compressed Air Will Play a Role

On 4 January 2013, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed major new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules that many consider the most significant food safety advances since the 1940s. While one rule proposal deals largely with sanitation management and protocols on produce farms, another

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Spicing Up Compressed Air Purity Testing

It’s hard to fathom the influence that basic spices, such as black pepper and cinnamon, have had upon the world; yet, from the end of the Middle Ages through the European “Age of Discovery” and into modern times, the spice trade has had an enormous impact on

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Striking Oil – Compressed Air in the Food and Beverage Industry

We have often linked readers of our blog and our Facebook page to articles from around the world about compressed air issues in the various industries that utilize it. It’s all information that should be shared (and we appreciate the article recommendations you share with us too).

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