We would like to congratulate Dr. Randy Worobo for his 2018 IFT fellowship award. As a distinguished professor and supervisor of the HPP Validation Center at Cornell University, Randy Worobo has conducted cutting-edge research in food safety and food microbiology and applied research results towards the development of technologies to improve food safety. Continue reading
Hiperbaric has published a new video in which we speak with total clarity of HPP technology, operation, applications, advantages and obtained results. We encourage you to see it!. Continue reading
High pressure processing of seafood is claimed to be one of the best alternatives to prevent pathogens contamination, such as Vibrio spp., while maintaining the sensorial and nutritive properties of food. Recent researches, for instance, Ma & Su (2011) or Serment-Moreno et al. (2015), guarantee its effectiveness in oysters; besides, FAO considers HPP ideal to achieve the food safety and high quality objectives that the consumer demands.
The Annual IFT meeting took place on July 15-18 at Chicago, IL, and Hiperbaric Applications Specialists Mario González-Angulo and Vinicio Serment-Moreno participated in the event. Their briefings were well received, sharing research advances the effect of pressure on different Listeria monocytogenes strains on raw and RTE meat products, and the current status of the HPP market including an overview of novel Hiperbaric Bulk for juice and beverage processing.
As part of Hiperbaric’s continuous growth and in order to provide a fast response to our customers with our 24/7 service, parts and applications, we opened our first office in Mexico.
Masseria Fruttirossi & Hiperbaric
Masseria Fruttirossi, a Company from La Puglia Castellanata, has just installed a Hiperbaric 420 machine to release its “Lome Super Fruit” line of 100% natural juices. This young company, owns more than 330 hectares of crops and expects to commercialize its juices by the beginning of September. Pomegranate juices will be mainly produced, but also orange, gogi berries and aronia.
In July 30th a workshop about food processing by high pressure (HPP) will take place at the Fab Lab of New Zealand Food Innovation, known locally as FoodBowl. It will talk about the growing demand for minimally processed products and the opportunities offered by this technology to the food industry. On behalf of Hiperbaric Dr. Carole Tonello, Director of Applications and expert in the subject, will speak on “Future growth for HPP and Development in the Foreign Market”. New developments in technology“. Continue reading
Hiperbaric attends the first Cold Pressure Council Annual Conference, held in Chicago last June, and presents revealing results that contribute to the validation of HPP coconut water. These results, pertaining to studies carried out by Mario González-Angulo, affirm the absence of growth of C. botulinum in coconut water, even when the pH is higher than 4.6.
The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) is one of the most for food industry professionals around the world. IFT is present in 90 countries and encompasses every single aspect related to foods such as safety, processing, nutrition, sustainability and more, to advance the science of food and its application across the global food system. Continue reading
Hiperbaric, the worldwide leading company in the design, manufacture and marketing of high-pressure machines for the food industry, has installed a Hiperbaric 135 for the Belgian company HiFoodTec. Thus becoming the first Tolling centre in the Walloon region to offer companies high pressure processing technology (HPP, High Pressure Processing) for food and beverage products.
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