Keystone Food Products expands snack production

By Jenny Eagle

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Keystone Food Products expands snack production
Keystone Food Products has expanded production capabilities at its Easton, Pennsylvania site, adding a series of tna technology to its packaging lines; robag 3ci; intelli-weigh omega 314; intelli-read 3 barcode scanner; intelli air and hyper-detect metal detector.

The company produces and co-packs corn-based snacks, from tortilla chips to snacks mixes, popcorns and extruded snacks and has seen demand for smaller bag sizes recently.

Toby Steward, regional sales manager, tna, told BakeryandSnacks, for the installation to be successful, it spent a lot of time with Keystone to get a good grasp of its current and future plans.

tna robag 3ci improves up to 30% in output and the reduction of rejects, allowing for any jaw configuration (single, flat, double or triple) or size.

Its intelli-weigh omega 314 combines strain gauge load cells with digital filtering to virtually eliminate the influence of external vibration while intelli-read 3 barcode scanner enables Keystone to maintain rapid packaging speeds while ensuring its products are checked to the highest standards.

Intelli air transports bags and other light weight packed products along a bed of air and its hyper-detect​metal detector offers improved metal detection capabilities.


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