The CODOS NT is the next level in production efficiency. It’s a Zeppelin continuous mixing and kneading system but with a completely new design, and a world’s first in continuous dough production. Significant changes to the CODOS NT means that the user will now have lower operating costs, higher availability, smaller size, larger performance spectrum and a naturally hygienic design.

We’re delighted to announce that in conjunction with WP Kemper, we have been awarded the IBA trophy for our joint project combining the DymoMix with Kemper’s KRONOS spiral mixer. Presented by DBZ Wakeup Magazine, the award recognises innovative new developments or significant improvements to proven machines, and systems supporting and promoting the bakery trade. The […]

Here at Zeppelin Systems, food and the manufacturing of food is one of our key passions. With our position as a market leader in the field of plant engineering, we pride ourselves on our extensive knowledge and world-class food technology systems. We are constantly innovating and developing ways to support the food manufacturing industry. Today […]

As I’m sure everyone would agree, Yorkshire Puddings are to be considered a national treasure. What is a roast dinner without a couple of Yorkshires on your plate? A pretty miserable thought if I’m honest… Worryingly, lately, there has been some speculation as to whether Yorkshire Puddings will indeed still be Yorkshire Puddings following Brexit. […]

Technology is ever changing and so is the food industry. As we develop new and innovative ways to create great tasting foods, it is important to also update the systems used to create them. If new recipes or ingredients are introduced to a plant, then the equipment must be registered as capable of working well […]

The number of food recalls ordered by the Food Standards Agency in 2015 rose by 78% compared to 2014’s figures, according to insurance firm Lockton. In total, 159 products were recalled by the FSA over the last 12 months, which is almost double 2014’s total of 89. ‘Unlisted ingredients’ was cited as the most common cause of recall order.

When consumers buy your products, they want reassurance that certain ingredients are not contained within it. For some people, certain ingredients within products can cause some serious, and perhaps fatal, side effects. It is a food manufacturing company’s responsibility to make sure their customers enjoy their products and know exactly what it contains. Earlier this […]