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JFPT and Cool Wave Processing develop new cold press technology

December 08
14:41 2014

The Cold Press 1 from top

Dutch companies JFPT/foodlife and Cool Wave Processing have worked together to develop a new cold press technology, said to be the first that meets European hygiene standards.

‘The Cold Press No. 1’ is fully compliant with the latest European legislation for hygiene (EHEDG) and safety (CE).

Stainless steel has been used to build the machine, including the electrical cabinet normally made of plastic. It comprises round pipes instead of pipes with straight angles with blue plastics.

The company claims this makes the machine the first cold press to completely comply with the strict guidelines of the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group.

The new presss design also takes care of the demands of current presses for high-maintenance.

The press has been specially designed for producers of fresh fruit and vegetable juice by using the mild preservation technology PurePulse from Cool Wave Processing.

The companies will deliver the first series of The Cold Press No 1, with a capacity of 100l per hour in December. The next ten presses will be available from January. Cold presses with larger capacities will be made available in the course of 2015.

Cold pressing helps in best preserving both nutrients and flavour of fresh fruit and vegetables juice.

The US has been using the cold press technology for decades which has now become the standard in juice production. Europe is also witnessing an increase in the demand for fresh and natural juices, leading to the increase in demand for cold pressing.


Image: The new cold press technology developed by Dutch companies JFPT/foodlife and Cool Wave Processing. Photo: courtesy of JFPT.

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