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Tropical fruit processing

With the utmost attention to quality and an innovative approach to every processing phase to preserve the properties of tropical fruits, SRAML smart fruit processing technology ensures safe, stable and appealing tropical fruit juices and purées, whether you are handling mango, guava or pomegranate.

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Tropical fruit processing technology

The food & beverage industry has seen a steady increase in the production of tropical fruits owing to a growing demand for value-added products and “superfruits”, especially among health-conscious consumers.

Produced by a tree native to the tropics, mango and guava, among others, are typically processed into purée to be used in smoothies, mixed juices, nectars, baby food, jams, fruit preparations and fillings for pastry, yogurt and ice cream and many other food products, while numerous beneficial effects of pomegranate juice call for the implementation of innovative crushing, deshelling and pressing technologies with minimum thermal treatment to preserve the fruit’s functional properties.

The characteristic flavour, nutritional and other desirable quality features make these superfoods ideal for blending while, when prepared and stabilized in liquid form, exotic fruits can provide additional value and diversity to juices.

SRAML specialists design a product-specific solution adapted to each tropical fruit product and its treatment method of sorting, washing, crushing, pulping or pressing, preservation and packaging.

Whether you opt for individual machinery to make tropical fruit juice or purée, or request a complete tropical fruit processing line, our in-house R&D expert team will help you select just the equipment you need and work with you on project planning to develop the best solution for your business.

Testimonials

“ They are brilliant at what they do and their support team is right there when you need it.”

“We have been using the SRAML pneumatic press for five years now and it still runs like clockwork. We are extremely happy with their grape destemmer, as well, and we are seriously considering buying their complete bottling line. It is crucial to have such a dedicated team because when you are in the middle of the harvest and something goes wrong, every minute counts.”
Zmago Petrič, Owner of Guerila wines, Slovenia 

“ The cider production process is more reliable making the business more efficient.”

“Sraml has a team of professionals that are able to individually address the customer’s specific needs and develop customized solutions.” Dmitrii Tikhomorov, CEO of Craftier Ltd.

“The latest investment increased our production rate by at least 200%.”

“We have been really happy with the different SRAML products we have bought! Reliable company, fast delivery, good customer service management and the product quality are key purchasing factors for us! The latest investment increased our production rate by at least 200%.”

Christian Bowall, CEO, Frankly Juice

“ The SRAML press is tailored to my needs and designed to function seamlessly.”

“Pneumatic presses with inert gas enable a constant flow of nitrogen during the pressing process, protecting the wine against oxidation. We are practically neighbours and it was our winery who bought the first SRAML press. It must be an excellent product line to have lasted this long.Samo Premrn, Owner of Pasji rep Wines, Slovenia

"SRAML is a reliable company that thinks of possibilities."

“We are really grateful for the collaboration with SRAML. We definitely had an unusual request and process. Sraml managed to make it happen. We appreciate that the company supplied us with the right machinery. Over the years, we have been experimenting on how to convert leftover fruit into leather-like material. This machine enables us to bring an eco-friendly and animal-friendly product to the market."
Koen Meerkerk, Co-Founder of Fruitleather Rotterdam

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