New marinating system for Dutch processor

Dutch food firm installs new drum

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Dutch food processor 2 Sisters Storteboom, a division of UK-based 2 Sisters Food Group, has installed a new ValueDrum marinating system from Marel at its Zeewolde plant.

ValueDrum is claimed to have many advantages over traditional tumblers. Because products are constantly in motion, they cannot be crushed under their own weight.

 This also guarantees an even distribution of marinade and herbs on the products, providing good appearance, quality and flavour. The machine is said to be easy to load and the end products can be loaded and packed in retail trays straight from its conveyor.

It’s also very easy to change recipes with the ValueDrum without the need for further weighing and measuring.

Another important benefit especially for poultry products is ‘skin coverage’. For both look and flavour it is vital the chicken skin stays intact when processing legs, wings or whole birds.

2 Sisters Storteboom has plans to expand its product range, doubling production in the very near future.

Contact: Marel

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