Jason Bailey from Accuweigh's Brisbane branch, recently sold and commissioned a Cintex XR food inspection x-ray machine to Gourmat Garden.
The x-ray machine will be used for inspecting the ever increasing production output of their packaged fresh herbs and spices.
The Cintex XR is capable of detecting metals, but it can also detect glass, stone, dense plastic and calcified bone.
As well, the Sentry x-ray machine can be used to readily identify low fill scenarios, low mass or excess of product and can also be used on packaging containing metal foil or film packaging.
For many years, Accuweigh has been supplying Gourmet Garden with their x-ray food inspection equipment and also providing good service to ensure this valued client’s products are scanned to high possible standards.
Gourmet Garden developed a unique process to capture and store fresh chopped herbs and spices under refrigeration to allow them to be packaged fresh, rather than using cooking or drying procedures which diminish the flavour and the value of nutrients.
Gourmet Garden’s factory is at Palmwoods, on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, with most of the herbs and spices grown in the fertile conditions of central Queensland.