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Publication Date: 11/1992
Pages: 3
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Drum sifters reduce labor and increase production for food ingredients manufacturer

When stationary sieves used with ribbon blenders required excessive labor, a food ingredients manufacturer installed modified drum sifters.

UFL Foods, based in Toronto, Ontario, supplies food ingredient blends. The food ingredients manufacturer has six plants, three laboratories, and offices from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Halifax, Nova Scotia. UFL receives bags of food ingredients from around the world and inspects the quality of all ingredients before processing.

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