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NutriFresh to increase HPP capacity to 100m pounds a year

NutriFresh buys third Hiperbaric HPP machine

NutriFresh Services has purchased its third Hiperbaric High Pressure Processing (HPP) machine saying it will boost capacity to more than 100 million pounds per year.

The HPP machine will arrive in NutriFresh's Edison, New Jersey HPP tolling and co-packing facility in early 2016.

The plant specializes in cold pressed, brewed, and blended juices and will have an annual HPP tolling capacity of more than 100 million pounds, current capacity is more than 70 million pounds.

Guy Ironi, chief operating officer of NutriFresh Services, said the HPP machine will be placed on the bottling line.

This will completely change how manufacturers of fresh raw food can get products to market, safely and with real commercial scale." 

NutriFresh already owns two Hiperbaric HPP machines: a 300 and the 525 version.

David Vick, director of manufacturing at NutriFresh Services, said: “It is exciting to be on the leading edge of the HPP revolution for cold-pressed juices and prepared foods. Our co-packing facility will be able to make cold-pressed juices like nowhere else in the country."

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