The answer to the fruit waste caused by COVID-19 emergency
The world is going through what is arguably the hardest time in its recent history. The COVID-19 epidemic has compelled national governments to forcefully stop most businesses, bringing entire sectors to a halt and tens of thousands of workers to their knees. The agribusiness, although it did keep running, was badly affected.
In Italy as elsewhere, falling retail demand and the shortage of workforce due to travel restrictions has created a productive limbo in which millions of euros worth of highly perishable fresh products have been wasted, often left rotting in the fields or trees. This forces us to look to future investments with an eye to durability.
Our Multifruit 1000 line responds to this need. Specifically designed for use in remote areas and highly flexible situations, it is the smallest of the company’s fully automatic lines. Assembled on skid, it spans only 18 meters in length and boasts great ease of management and low costs of both management and maintenance.
SMALL-SCALE LINES | multifruit line 1000
Most notably, the line offers the chance of producing natural and concentrated aseptic juice or puree barrels and semi-finished products having the upside of lasting up to 12 months even if stored at room temperature, thus offering the possibility of transforming today’s ostensible loss in future gain.