HPP, an alternative to Conventional Food Processing

hpp an alternative to conventional processing

Chapter “High Hydrostatic Pressure Food Processing: Potential and Limitations” written by Dr. Carole Tonello, Director of Commercial and Applications Department at Hiperbaric, beside Professor Stephanie Jung, from Department of Food Science and Nutrition of California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly), describes  High Pressure Processing technology (HPP). It is presented as an alternative to thermal processes widely accepted in the food industry thanks to its interesting strengths: safety, shelf-life enlargement, absence of chemical additives and preservation of nutritional and sensorial properties of food. From Hiperbaric, we invite everybody to discover all the hidden secrets of HPP in the book “Alternatives to conventional food processing”.
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Hiperbaric participates in the Innovator’s Summit organized by the European Innovation Council

The second edition of the Innovators’ Summit will take place on 10-11 September 2018 at Station Berlin (Germany). This European Union initiative is oriented to the development and growth of Companies granted with SME Instrument Project. Hiperbaric is one of the few ones that will have the opportunity to receive participants and visitors in its booth to explain in detail the Hiperbaric Bulk technology, a ground breaking concept developed within the Bevstream project.

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Hiperbaric Bulk Technology: the future of High Pressure Processing

Hiperbaric, as part of our continual improvement of High Pressure Processing Technology for the food industry, will officially launch on September 21st, its latest and breakthrough innovation, the Hiperbaric Bulk technology. A new concept that allows to process beverages before bottling with the same benefits of traditional HPP equipment to process in pack and more advantages added: the process will be simpler, with less stages and with a higher productivity.

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September, a key month for high pressure processing

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.
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Hiperbaric congratulates Dr. Randy Worobo from Cornell University on his 2018 IFT Fellowship Award

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

Masseria Fruttirossi installs a Hiperbaric machine for the preservation of its new high nutritional-value juices

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.

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HiFoodTec opens their facility as the first Belgian HPP tolling center with a Hiperbaric 135

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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High Pressure Certified Seal Debut’s in 2018

High Pressure Processing (HPP) has come a long way since its beginnings as a shelf-life solution for refrigerated dips, spreads, deli meats and cold beverages. Now, there is a projected $10 billion market on the horizon with a growing capability that will bring new products and trends for the technology in the next upcoming years.

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