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New in-line meat marination system

March 05
12:04 2012

Marel has launched ValueSpray, a new system for in-line marinating of meat products.

 ValueSpray offers quick and easy in-line marinating of bone-in, frozen, fresh or further processed meat and poultry portions enabling food processors to meet the increasing demand from retailers for marinated products such as steaks, fillets and burgers. 

This latest addition to Marel’s proven range of marinating equipment is specifically designed for in-line marinating of portioned and fragile products with an accurate pick up, producing uniformly coated portions with less giveaway of marinade. Even high viscosity marinades can be applied with ease. Rapid changeover enables processors to react quickly to the demands of their retail customers.

ValueSpray can be integrated with Marel portioning and slicing equipment to form an automatic marinating line, which marinates and then groups the portions ready for packing into trays or a thermoformer. This reduction in labour and product handling gives a very consistent product presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

About Marel

Marel is the leading global provider of advanced standalone equipment, integrated processing systems and software solutions to the fish, meat and poultry industries.

 With a heritage stretching back over eight decades to the early 1930s, our brands – Marel, Stork Poultry Processing and Townsend Further Processing – are among the most respected in the industry, and together we offer the convenience of a single source to meet our customers’ every need.

 With offices and subsidiaries in over 30 countries on six continents, manufacturing facilities in 17 locations worldwide, a global network of over 100 agents and distributors, and an annual investment of 5-7% of income in research and development – a figure far above the industry average – Marel works side-by-side with its customers to continually challenge, extend and re-define the boundaries of food processing performance.

 From the outset, Marel has aimed to enable processors to maximise product yields, quality and throughput, while cutting processing time significantly, and has achieved this by bringing increased automation and efficiency to global food processing through the application of cutting-edge electronic, engineering and software technology.

 Marel is headquartered in Iceland, and has a total workforce of some 3,500 employees worldwide. Drawn from a wide range of professions and disciplines, the company’s employees include over 400 highly qualified scientists and technicians in the fields of engineering and technology. Marel currently holds a portfolio of some 200 granted patents, a figure that continues to grow each year.

 

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