Tropical Food Machinery: Leading the global fruit processing industry


Tropical Food Machinery is an international company with two headquarters in Italy and Brazil, leading in the global field of fruit processing machinery. The company currently has liaison offices in India, Costa Rica and the Asia-Pacific and West African regions.

Thanks to its decades know-how, the Company offers complete production plants for the industrial process of tropical and continental fruit, producing finished products such as natural juices, concentrated juices, puree, jams or fruit in syrup.

The company’s success over the years is certainly due to the pineapple processing plants: Tropical Food Machinery can boast dozens of active plants all over the world, with machines entirely designed around the pineapple juice extraction and that can guarantee the best product quality with a very high extraction yield.

Every production plant is designed and built in-house, the plants include the entire product processing, from the fruit receipt to the aseptic filling of pineapple juice or concentrate and can process 1 to 20 tons of fresh fruit per hour: mobile small-size plants can be used by producers or farmers in decentralized areas, diminishing management costs and generating local economy; large-scale plants can meet high production demands, optimizing energy consumption and expanding the producers’ market.

Tropical Food Machinery also provides a complete set of machines for pineapple canning processing.

The Ginaca TFGK-5 cylinders forming machine is entirely built with the highest quality materials to guarantee high performance at high production speeds (it produces pineapple cylinders with a diameter from 80 to 105 mm, including the standard 94 mm).

These forming machines are supplied with automatic slicers to produce pineapple slices and dicers to produce pineapple tidbits and chunks: the excess pulp is entirely recovered in a juice production line with high-efficiency Tropical Food Machinery equipment..

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