1. Meet increasing food safety demands
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has lead to the concept of food safety becoming more widespread and more strictly enforced. There is now greater awareness that the dangers compromising food safety can come in many forms, including natural elements such as bone fragments and foreign contaminants such as metal and glass.
X-ray bone detection automatically finds bones and other hard contaminants in poultry meat and rejects products from the processing stream, enabling processors to deliver consistently safe, high-quality products. X-ray detection systems play a crucial role for processors who need to meet the most stringent food safety legislation requirements. In addition, in many parts of the world, customers in the retail and food service sector require their suppliers to have the highest levels of safety in their food processing operations. Contracts can only be secured when a company can provide assurance that their products have been inspected for bone and other hard contaminants such as metal, glass and stone.