The Radial Multi-zone Dryer (RMD) project investigates new type of spray dryer for premium product properties and low specific energy consumption.
Heating with Radio Frequent Sterilization (RFS) has large advantages for the product quality.
Exploring the advantages of Electrically Switchable Adsorption (ELSA) membranes in the industrial separation process.
A part of the drying and dewattering program with Thin Film Drying as a new technology for product quality and energy consumption
Biorefinery enables the production of healthy ingredients and the recovery of valuable components (i.e. proteins) out of process streams.
Waste to Taste is a project about closing the circle in food waste streams using vegetable waste for the production of fully natural food ingredients.
Spray drying is a very energy intensive process. EEMS is about energy efficient drying which can lead to 20% energy reduction.
Saving energy, improving product quality with freeze concentration as economically feasible bulk dewatering technology. Background Several technologies are available for liquid concentration in the food industry, the most common being...
Project Energy Efficient Protein Transition (EProTrans) investigates the processing of several mixed plant-based streams to produce plant-based proteins.
The ISRO project delivers a proof-of-principle of organic solvent nanofiltration-based solvent recovery for two cases. The first case is an integration of OSN with the current distillation process at IOI...
Research towards a novel and generic strategy for probiotics in low energy living bacterial food formulations
Project stAgglop aims to improve agglomeration control to contribute to the reduction of emissions for industrial drying systems.
The Internet of Food (IoF) project defines the sharing of data and models in order to improve sensing systems in food production.
The DRAGONS Egg-project aims to unravel the dynamics of atomisation behaviour in drying and agglomeration of the droplet.
Multicomponent analysis of single droplet spray drying techniques and PhD research for the drying and dewatering program of ISPT.
Several partners are working towards a 50% reduction of energy use developing novel process routes in food processing.
The project Radio Frequent Sterizilation 2 (RFS2) is focused on the development of RF in-pack sterilization of foods. The project is a continuation of the JIP-project Radio Frequent Sterilization (RFS)...
Engender works on an energy efficient drying method of foods. Expected energy savings are estimated up to 30%.