Turatti Group Nominated to the Fruit Logistica Innovation Award 2017

Turatti Group announced today that the Mod. Streamer has been nominated for the prestigious Fruit Logistica Innovation Award 2017, the most important one of its kind in the international fresh fruit and vegetable sector. The FRUIT LOGISTICA Innovation Award (FLIA) is presented each year during the tradeshow in Berlin for outstanding innovations in the fresh produce sector.

The new patent-pending automated spiralizer from Turatti Group allows to obtain a wide range of spiralized products, with different shapes and sizes. This groundbreaking solution allows to convert vegetables like Carrots, Zucchinis, Sweet Potatoes…into spiral-shaped, pasta-type noodles. A wide range of vegetarian “spaghetti”, “tagliatelle” and “Gnocchi” can be obtained, recovering otherwise unutilized parts from firm fruits and vegetables (stalks, irregular products…). Combining high capacity with amazing quality and versatility, the model allows a seamless operation to allow a high volume production with only one operator, a process unachievable with the small commercial kitchen tools.

“Innovation is in our DNA and we are pleased to provide another cutting edge solution to vegetable processors, allowing them to offer new and healthy products”, said Alessandro Turatti President of Turatti North America. “It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the large number of proposed nominations received from Fruit Logistica this year.”

The quality of the final product offered by the Streamer machine cannot be replicated with other systems, because of its innovative patented cutting head and the high precision centering tool. The horizontal feeding system permits to obtain perfect and homogeneous noodles and spiralized vegetables, in an almost infinite combination of cuts, shape and lengths. Due to its configuration, the unit can be supplied in a wide variety of models ranging from compact to high-capacity industrial solutions.

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