Prototype packing line set to be demonstrated

Wageningen University & Research in the Netherlands has begun to assemble a prototype packing line capable of adapting to a wide range of fresh produce and other foods, as part of the EU's PicknPack project.

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PicknPack: prototype packing line is capable of adapting to a wide range of fresh produce as well as other foods
PicknPack: prototype packing line is capable of adapting to a wide range of fresh produce as well as other foods

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