Maryland Packaging has recently announced that they are opening their second premier High Pressure Processing (HPP) facility. Located at 3610 Commerce Drive in Baltimore, this new 30,000 square foot facility makes Maryland Packaging the foremost responsible and sustainable food life cycle company in the mid-Atlantic. With a state-of-the-art Hiperbaric 525 machine that allows for cold and safe pasteurization of sealed food items, the facility offers a host of packaging services, such as hot and cold fill bottling, cold press juicing, skin packaging, MAP packaging, and more.
Striking another best seller, Botanica manages to crack the method of crafting Australia’s first High Pressure Processed watermelon water. Not only a tasty product but made with 100% Australian grown and processed watermelons, ensuring not only sustainability but adding value across the whole chain. Continue reading
Our Customer True Fresh HPP Secures Largest Capacity in U.S with Addition of New Hiperbaric 525 Machine. Continue reading
Despite the increase of vegetarian and vegan behaviours amongst western consumers and scaremongering news about meat consumption and cancer prevalence in the last years, meat processing still represents one of the most important sectors on the global food market. This is not an exception on the High Pressure Processing (HPP) sector, as meat products-dedicated machines represent 21% of HPP machines installed around the world (Hiperbaric 2017). Continue reading
There are many health claims printed in food labels that usually catch our attention when we go grocery shopping. Probiotic is one of the most recurrent claims nowadays, but do we really know what probiotics are? Continue reading
At Hiperbaric we think that it is important to understand global tendencies of our high-pressure technology. Therefore, we have decided to share the data we have so that the food industry may understand how the HPP market is evolving. Continue reading