Please see some of our testimonials. The first one is from Steve Kincart in Cheltenham.
Steve takes 20 tonne lots of our unsold depackaged food co-product.
‘I have 500 Gloucester Old Spot X large white pigs. They love your chocolate muffins, raisins and custards, amongst the other delicacies in your de-packaged feed consignments.
I’m convinced that their rich diet and slow growth have a significant impact on the taste in the meat.
Demand for the speciality pork is increasing at the shop, as word of its quality gets around. And winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd in our local show confirms that we are doing a lot of things right in terms of nutritious diet and general welfare’.
Burleyfields Farm & Produce Retail,
Mathias Mohen rears pigs and cattle for milk, beef and pork on his farm in Trondheim, Norway. We installed for him a Super Separator with fully integrated conveyors plus feeding system. The entire installation process was completed in three days.
‘We process 200 tonnes of unsold food, mostly bread, through our de-packaging unit each month. The machine is very efficient, it can process 1,500kg of bread per hour. The unit is really easy to maintain and the bread from it is very clean.
We use the feed for our own stock and we have many local farmers who are very happy to take from us any surplus feed’.
Mathias Mohen, Trondheim, Norway
Will Williams is a pig and cattle farmer in Aberystwyth, Wales
Says Will ‘The main throughput of our de-packaging machine is yoghurts packed in polystyrene pots. We recover the yoghurt from the pots at a highly efficient rate and mix it with our pig and cattle feed. We have been using the Super Separator constantly since 2016 and are very pleased with its performance.
The unsold yoghurt comes from a large local manufacturer. They previously sent the unsold pots to an anaerobic digester, however the digestate was often heavily contaminated with plastic from the pots – a big problem as the processed yoghurt, plus plastic, was then spread on the land. Now the plastic can be recycled and the yoghurt goes into our animal feed.’
Skorpeston are a food reclamation and recovery company based in Catalonia. With very good contacts amongst the supermarket network in Barcelona, MD Alberto Stoian de-packages and reclaims a wide variety of unsold supermarket food products.
Says Alberto ‘through our Super Separator de-packaging unit we process bread, cake, biscuits, fruit, veg, yoghurts and tinned drinks. We achieve a fast throughput with no contaminating inclusions. We supply the de-packaged food mostly to farmers in Catalonia, with some of the veg going to an anaerobic digestion plant.
Patricia Marinovic is a director of Urugestuion, in Uruguay. The company takes in mostly unsold supermarket bread and confectionery and sell the de-packaged food to farmers. This client had tried out a number of de-packaging units before trialing and then purchasing the Super Separator.
‘We are really very pleased with our unit. It processes everything we feed into it and the throughput is better than we expected!! You will see that we have raised the height of the machine in our photo, to give us better access to our packaging collection bag.