In September, Hiperbaric will participate in the 56th European High Pressure Research Group Meeting (EHRPG) in Aveiro, Portugal; the 10th International Conference on High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology (HPBB2018) in Numazu, Shizuoka, Japan and the IFT-EFFoST 2018 International Nonthermal Processing Workshop in Sorrento-Salerno, Italy. Continue reading →
Hiperbaric has a team of highly qualified engineers that give effective answers to our customers’ needs. For this, we have an excellent 24/7 hotline service, an interactive and intuitive online platform called After Sales Portal Hiperbaric.Continue reading →
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 →
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.
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.
2015 has been an intense year for food industry and its actors and, If there was a Food Oscar ceremony, Salmonella would have won the most recurring pathogenic bacteria of the year category. With more than 75 FDA recalls in 2015 and 19 recalls at this stage in 2016, Salmonella is becoming a recurring problem alongside Listeria (at a lesser extent) with the increase of fresh/minimally processed & additive-free products. But, isn´t there any solution to conciliate food safety and quality with customer´s demands? Continue reading →
NutriFresh Services LLC announces addition of 4th High Pressure Processing (HPP) machine, a Hiperbaric 525. The machine will join the already existing array of HPP machines and will bring the company’s annual tolling capacity to over 200 Million pounds.Continue reading →