A large, international food producer uses X-ray inspection systems to increase value creation in production.
In addition to its high quality demands, this international food group has committed itself to the fight against food wastage. Following the principle, "What men eat must be pure," the company wants to ensure perfect product quality so that complete batches of food that may contain contaminations no longer have to be returned and destroyed, in turn reducing food waste. Such product recalls are expensive and — what is much more important — damaging to a company's image. In addition to comprehensive inspection procedures in every production stage, the measures also include the installation of product inspection systems in the packing lines prior to dispatch.