January 21, 2022

GEA: Improving chicken product yields

Food processors know that with margins under pressure every dollar counts. Balancing production costs, yields and product quality all whilst keeping consumers satisfied is not an easy job, which is why leading technology provider GEA is launching its Signature Chicken solution in the United States at the 2022 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) show in Atlanta, January 25-27. Initial customer trials and inhouse comparative tests of the process have reported yield increases of up to 10% when compared with traditional processes. *

Specially developed with universally popular chicken products such as wings and fillets in mind, the Signature Chicken process works on the basis of moving from a tumble-cook process to an inject-tumble-cook process as best practice. Whilst this is not necessarily a new concept, it’s the unique combination of specialist equipment and know-how GEA is offering that allows the increased yields.

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