Hygiene is the byword for the food industry. Regulations are stringent and compliances are exhaustive. Surging urbanization, rising populations, and changing dietary preferences drive the food market. More than just catering to basic needs, foods add flavor to diet. Which is why food product innovation is on the rise.
Cybernetik goes beyond hygiene and improves productivity and efficiency as well through customized, cGMP-compliant solutions. Whether you are a chocolate maker, a producer of tasty snacks, or someone who blends spices, we have 30+ years of experience for streamlining your operations and taking your business to the next level.
Cybernetik offers a whole range of solutions for food processing and food packaging automation. Considering the critical importance of hygiene in the food industry, all our solutions are made to the stringent cGMP standards.
Innovation is on the rise in the food industry to cater to the transforming dietary preferences of people. Be it chocolates, snacks, ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook foods, sweets or other items – consumers are always on the lookout for something new, something different.
Among other things, our equipment and systems preserve the original flavour of foodstuffs. This provides ample room for you to try new recipes with authentic flavours. Our Fine Grinder preserves flavour and nutrition even during milling while our Cooking Kettle does the same during high pressure cooking.
Grinding sugar and spices is a delicate operations. Sugar dust can be explosive and spices can lose flavour and nutrition during grinding. Our sugar grinding solutions deliver dust-free milling, storage, and packaging of sugar in a safe and hygienic manner. Cybernetik’s spice grinding solutions provide milling with flavour and nutrient retention.
Packaging is an area where automation has a natural advantage over manual operations. Our snack packaging machines and other food packaging automation drive home this advantage with fantastic improvements in operational productivity, safety, ergonomics, and efficiency. Packaging units are often located downstream of storage silos with metered conveying mechanisms in between.