Buhler recently hosted a Food Safety Dialogue for more than 30 US food engineering and food safety professionals.
As part of the Food Safety Dialogue, attendees heard a technology briefing and panel discussion and attended a grand opening of the new food-grade Buhler Food Innovation Center.
Buhler's chief technology officer, Ian Roberts, reiterated Buhler's commitment to making foods for consumers safe. Following the discussion, the company showed its AeroDry conveyor dryer at the new Food Innovation Center in Plymouth, Minnesota, USA. The company says this investment will allow it to offer process trials on a complete extrusion line, including raw material handling, drying, grinding and bulk packaging.
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