Meat processing types of machinery are manufactured with highly advanced techniques and user-friendly features, which make it useful for people in different ways for meat processing. These machines are helpful to perform various operations such as mixing, tumbling, chopping, comminuting, salting curing, cutting, fermentation, drying, heat treatment and much more. The meat processing machines are useful to decrease harmful bacteria and make meat ready for human consumption. Examples of meat processing machinery are meat grinder, meat mixer, blender, emulsifier, meat timber and meat steppers. Browse through this category for various meat processing machinery available in Zambian stores.
They are as follows: knives, sharpening steel, meat axes, bone saws and all other tools used for processing and cutting of meat.
“Processing” includes all the steps involved in turning a live animal into meat for sale: Slaughter: stunning, bleeding, skinning, eviscerating, and cleaning; end products are carcass halves or quarters, which go into a cooler for immediate chilling.
Meat processing can also tackle the price problems of meat products, while at the same time allowing the raw materials, such as carcass meat and by-products, to be classified as valuable and less-valuable products.
The meat packing industry handles the slaughtering, processing, packaging, and distribution of meat from animals such as cattle, pigs, sheep and other livestock.
Designing meat processing machines calls for skills, experience and an ability to make equipment that can guarantee safety for operators, constant and lasting functionality, maximum hygiene, easy cleaning, as well as support and spare parts guaranteed over time in order to protect the customer's investment.
The range of products listed in this section reflects the high levels of electromechanical reliability excellence in the construction of the specific type of equipment for the food sector - all in compliance with EC hygiene and safety standards.
A processed meat, according to the panel, has been modified from its natural state, either “through salting, curing, fermentation, smoking, or other processes to enhance flavour or improve preservation.” This includes sausages, hot dogs, corned beef, beef jerky, canned meat, meat sauces, lunch meats and bacon.
Food processing mostly involves both packaging and preservation, while food preservation is concerned with the control and elimination of the agents of food spoilage. Additionally, food processing is performed to turn food into something that is more palatable and convenient to eat.