Transporters (conveyors) are regularly used in the food industry primarily for the transportation of goods, but also for processes such as cooling, drying, and manual inspection. They are able to move raw inputs, semi-finished products, or ready products from one area to another including elevation changes. They can be implemented at any stage of the production process, and are often used in multiple segments of the food production line. They are used to deliver raw inputs and semi-finished products to the upcoming processing step, as well as in between other pre-processing stages. They can move finished products in batch form directly into the packing line, as well as the already packaged items into the storage area. They significantly boost overall performance and save on a lot of workers’ manual labor.

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In a consumer study carried out by EUFIC, we investigated the understanding of processed foods among participants from the UK. This Q&A summarises the topics explored in the study.
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