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Recycling process waste. (canned foods): An article from: Food Processing

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  • This digital document is an article from Food Processing, published by Putman Media, Inc. on May 1, 1993. The length of the article is 469 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.From the supplier: Stokely-USA is saving landfill-disposal costs and recovering products marketable as feeds and fertilizers by shredding cans of substandard food. The shredding process produces wet solids that can be made more valuable through a cooking-dehydration-drying process jointly developed by Wenger Manufacturing Inc and Thomas J. Peters and Assoc. Wenger is supplying the process' extrusion-cooking system.Citation DetailsTitle: Recycling process waste. (canned foods)Author: Marvin ScherPublication: Food Processing (Magazine/Journal)Date: May 1, 1993Publisher: Putman Media, Inc.Volume: v54 Issue: n5 Page: p147(1)Distributed by Thomson Gale
  • Author:
    Marvin Scher
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    Digital
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    Putman Media, Inc.
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    Publication Date:
    1993-05-01
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    Putman Media, Inc.
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    Title:
    Recycling process waste. (canned foods): An article from: Food Processing
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    2005-07-28
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