Fresh out of the oven: baked potato production
Being so versatile, potatoes can be processed in numerous ways. Because health is an increasingly important factor regarding food choices, baked potatoes are a popular option.
Fully automated chips making plants enable trademark producers such as Pringles to have an output higher than 2,000 kilograms per hour, according to the oven manufacturers’ specifications. Baked fries can also be...
Two of the industry´s leading suppliers - Tummers Methodic, Holland, and Rosenqvists Food Technologies, Sweden are joining hands.
Tummers Methodic are experienced in potato flake lines, systems for washing/destoning and hydro-cutting, and Rosenqvists Food Technologies with vast experience of processing lines for French fries, potato chips and snack foods, will cooperate to supply the global industry with complete processing lines.
"To combine our activities and know-how, we will be able to supply our range of specialized processing lines all over the world," says Erwin Tummers, MD of Tummers Methodic.
"Our two companies complement each other in an extremely good way, both from market coverage and process knowledge points of view," states Jörgen Lindell MD of Rosenqvists Food Technologies.
Tummers Methodic is based in the southern part of Holland and specializes in complete lines for potato flakes. The company delivers washing and destoning systems for capacities up to 150 t/h. Patented deskinner and hydro-cutting systems are supplied to all major global French fry producers.
Tummers Methodic has offices in the UK and Russia and representatives in China, India and the USA.
Rosenqvists Food Technologies are based in the southern part of Sweden and they design and manufacture complete processing lines for potato chips and other snack food products. Rosenqvists also supply complete French fry lines focusing on the blanching , drying and frying steps. Rosenqvists Food Technologies also has an office in Germany.
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