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Food spoilage and the rate of which it does so varies from product to product. Most foods change progressively during storage, and these changes in most cases render the food less attractive and palatable – ultimately ending up unfit for consumption.  In her latest blog, Zarina Mohd, process manager at Integrated Food Projects takes a…


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TOP 10 FAILED FOOD PRODUCTS

Innovation in the food and drink industry has always been very competitive, but equally welcomed and encouraged – it is necessary for the sector to survive and grow. Companies relish this challenge, with the reward for bringing a new product to the market being huge for business – both in a financial sense and also…


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THE FUTURE FOOD FACTORY: 5 TO 10 YEARS – PART THREE

In the final instalment of our three-part blog series looking at the future food factory, Ed Keenan, head of process at Integrated Food Projects shares his predictions for the buildings and services trends we are likely to see over the next 5-10 years.  You can see Ed’s opinion of the technical and process part of…


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THE FUTURE FOOD FACTORY: 5 TO 10 YEARS – PART TWO

In the second of our three-part blog series looking at the future food factory, Ed Keenan, head of process at Integrated Food Projects gives his predictions for the technical and process trends we could start to see over the next 5-10 years. You can see Ed’s opinion of the automation and design part of the…


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THE FUTURE FOOD FACTORY: 5 TO 10 YEARS – PART ONE

Having already predicted what the average food factory may look like in 50-100 years’ time, head of process at Integrated Food Projects, Ed Keenan, now gives his ‘toned-down’ predictions for what a typical food factory may look like in a 5 to 10 year timeframe. In the first of a three-part blog series, Ed discusses…


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INTEGRATED FOOD PROJECTS LAYS THE FOUNDATIONS FOR INNOCENT’S CARBON-NEUTRAL DRINKS FACTORY

A food and drink capital investment specialist is helping leading juice and smoothie brand innocent realise its ambitions of creating a carbon-neutral manufacturing factory. Integrated Food Projects (IFP) is working with the London-based drinks manufacturer which is investing over $250 million creating ‘the blender’ factory in the Port of Rotterdam’s new Food Hub. Once complete,…


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UK ENGINEERING: THE POST BREXIT RECRUITMENT LANDSCAPE

The engineering sector is a vital part of the UK economy – in 2018 it made up 27% of the 2.67 million registered enterprises and contributed nearly 25% of total UK GDP. Here, Anthony Hennessy, client solutions manager at Integrated Food Projects, explores the many questions that engineering companies will face as we enter a…


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INTEGRATED FOOD PROJECTS ACQUIRED BY GLOBAL CONSULTING ENGINEERING BUSINESS

Press release Integrated Food Projects (IFP), which provides independent advice to food and drink businesses has been acquired by Danish consulting engineering company, NIRAS. The acquisition strengthens NIRAS’ position within the UK and international food and beverage sector and enables it to provide a full range of consulting and engineering services to the industry. As part…


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The Smart Food Factory – Food Processing Magazine January 2020

Head of Process, Ed Keenan believes that a journey towards a smart factory must start with a desire to embrace change. His latest article has just been published in Food Processing magazine. Read the full version below.     Smart Factories Simply put, a smart factory is a factory where the equipment and systems are…


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IFP AT APPETITE FOR ENGINEERING 2019

Integrated Food Projects was delighted to attend Appetite for Engineering 2019 on the 17th October in Coventry, where Head of Process, Ed Keenan, delivered a talk about developing engineering technologies which look set to impact food production in the coming years. You can read the full event write up on the Food Processing website here.…


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