Automated slicing of 'thin-cut' steaks to meet demand

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Automated slicing of 'thin-cut' steaks to meet demand

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With the increasing demand from consumers for thin-cut steaks, Interfood Technology is highlighting the potential for automating the cutting process with the use of dedicated fresh meat portioning systems.

Mark Bishop, joint md of Interfood Technology, recognises the potential for thin-cut steaks is not confined to hand-cut methods. “Thin cut steaks are increasing in popularity for a number of reasons,” ​remarks Bishop. “They offer a leaner option for increasingly health conscious consumers, they are good value and for the busy lifestyles that are typical of modern living, they are quick to cook.”

Bishop goes on to say: “As the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland of the TVI range of meat portioning systems, we can offer the capability to produce these so-called ‘minute’ or ‘sandwich’ steaks via an automated process.”

Contact: Interfood Technology

Related topics: Processing equipment

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