What to Do Before Breaking Ground on a Plant-Based Foods Processing Plant

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There are different design considerations for building a plant-based processing plant. Many plant-based foods—especially plant-based proteins—have substantially more ingredients than other foods. The material handling characteristics of those ingredients can vary widely from free flowing, to difficult, to cohesive. This whitepaper addresses what to do before building a new processing plant (or refurbishing an existing plant) and the unique challenges associated with processing plant-based foods.

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Evaluating Confined Space Rescue Services

Out-Sourcing Confined Space Rescue Services

Every safety manager knows workplace safety is not something that happens by chance – it’s a serious commitment. This whitepaper outlines the criteria necessary for selecting a confined space rescue service and the insurance requirements. It also contains a confined space rescue permit plan template

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What to Do Before Breaking Ground on Your New Processing Plant

Build your team. Cement your plans.

The design and construction of a new food and beverage (F&B) processing plant is a complex undertaking. To do the best job possible, everyone involved must work to create the most efficient and reliable system while working within the constraints of budgets and timelines. With the pace of change today, versatility and adaptability are crucial features in a new processing system. The same must apply to the physical plant which will be built or renovated to house the process. The goal is to make the most of today’s most suitable technologies, while simultaneously anticipating tomorrow’s in-novations.

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Delivering Uptime with a Predictive Maintenance System

Automation and controls expert, Doug Cornwell, describes how to implement a Predictive Maintenance System which will significantly reduce downtime and maintenance costs.

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Russian River Brewing Company’s Sustainable Design

The Russian River Brewing Company is doing it their way with a little help from their friends.

Sonoma County is a world-class destination renowned for its beautiful scenery, bucolic weather, spectacular food, and of course, wine. But something happened a few years ago when the craft brewing industry came to town. Sonoma County has since attracted some of the best brewers in the industry and today, hundreds of thousands of tourists travel across the world to taste beer in wine country.

Impossible Foods Streamlines their Process

Impossible Foods set out to make the global food production system more sustainable by creating products which are healthier for people and the planet, and they’ve achieved their goal. The Impossible Burger uses 75% less water, generates 87% less greenhouse gases, and requires 95% less land (and 100% fewer cows) as a conventional burger.

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How Seismic Brewing Company Teamed Up to Save Resources

When Seismic Brewing Company envisioned shaking up the craft brewing industry with new artisanal brews, their vision also included a serious commitment to caring for the planet. Seismic hopes to set new standards for sustainable brewing practices and to help other breweries conserve energy and resources.

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