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EHL Ingredients boosts its allergen management

first_imgEHL Ingredients has overhauled its production processes to segregate lines for ingredients containing allergens and those that are allergen-free.To meet rising customer demand for products that have not come into contact with allergens, the business has installed three new pieces of machinery in its third site in Stockport to reduce risks of cross-contamination.Previously, lines were cleaned and sanitised in between products, but since the company took on an additional site earlier this year, it has had space to install separate production lines and machinery.New kit includes a Star Auger automatic filling machine and a new PFM Zenith Bagmaker from The Food Machinery Company in Kent, which will handle blended powders, grains, seeds and beans – all for non-allergen lines – and will fill 150g, 250g and 1kg packs.It has also installed an automated labelling machine, supplied by Advanced Dynamics, to speed up the adhesion of labels, as they were previously attached by hand. This will be dedicated to the non-allergen lines.EHL, which supplies food ingredients under its Lähde brand, said demand for gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and sulphite-free food ingredients had increased in recent years.“We have always had stringent allergen controls in place, but this investment in completely separate production areas for standard and non-allergen ingredients means our customers can rest assured that the products they receive from us have not come into contact with allergens at any point during our handling,” added EHL Ingredients joint managing director Tasneem Alonzo.“Taking these steps means we can help food manufacturers reduce the number of product recalls and protect consumers against potential allergic reactions.”EHL also plans to add more allergen-free products to its Lähde range.last_img read more

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Shirley Kay Borders, 72, Benham

first_imgShirley Kay Borders, 72, of Benham passed away at 12:30pm, Monday, April 23, 2018 at her home. She was born at Lawrenceburg on September 3, 1945 the daughter of Alan and Louise Trapp Roth. She was married to Sherrill Borders on March 21, 1960 and he preceded her in death on June 17, 2007. Survivors include two sons David (Mary Ann) Borders of Rexville, and Brian Borders of Madison; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two brothers Alan Roth of Nebraska, and Frank (Mary Etta) Roth of Butlerville; two sisters Donna Roth of Holton, and Betty (Roy) Gunter of New Marion. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sons Darrell and Steven Borders, and her sister Judy Tyler. Mrs. Borders was a former employee of US Shoe in Osgood and retired from the Muscatatuck State Developmental School where she worked as an attendant. In later years she also worked at the Silver Bell Nursing Home. Visitation will be held on Thursday at 10am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with graveside services at the Shelby Cemetery at 12 noon. Memorials may be given to the Shelby Cemetery in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

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