The Ishida X-ray inspection systems can help food manufacturers and processors comply with safety standards and meet the demands of quality and safety-conscious retailers. They provide accurate and reliable information, alerting you if foreign bodies contaminate your product.

The IX-EN series, available from Heat and Control, can provide the highest level of quality assurance. It is ideal for countless products including sliced cheese, cereal bars, bread, dried fruits, and more.

A great entry-level x-ray system for uniform products, the IX-EN-4062 performs inspection for basic level application with a lower voltage x-ray tube, providing an unbeatable return on investment without compromising on accuracy.

There has never been a better time to invest in equipment. Begin with the perfect balance of price and performance on model IX-EN-4062, and take advantage of the instant asset write-down and manufacturers effectively receive an instant 27.5 per cent discount on capex.

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Fine Food Australia has cancelled its 2020 trade show due to the reintroduction of stage three COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria. The show was scheduled to take place from 7-10 September in Melbourne.

Freedom Foods Group has advised the ASX that its voluntary trading halt will remain in place until 30 October while it investigates its financial position.

Bega Cheese has announced the reduction and consolidation of its processed cheese production, with 74 jobs to go at its Bega facility by Christmas.