Heat exchangers are a type of equipment used in the food industry. They allow you to maintain the required temperature for raw ingredients that's necessary for your technological process, whether it's heating or cooling. They are used when working with any kind of product: milk, semi-finished meat products, drinks, fruit or vegetable pulp, chocolate, sauces, nut spreads, baby-food purees, etc. They are also used for reducing or eradicating microorganisms, which makes your production safe for consumption and extends its shelf life. They can ensure a wide range of temperatures, from pasteurization all the way down to freezing.

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Food packaging plays an important role in protecting and delaying chemical, physical, and biological deterioration. In this way, even simple packaging (such as glass, metal, plastics, and paper) can extend product shelf-life, improve quality and safety, reduce food waste, and promote widespread availability.
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