EnviroLogix is a global leader in the development of rapid GMO and mycotoxin detection technology.
Our experienced staff closely monitors global issues in the food production chain, finding solutions to challenges before they even arise. Founded in 1996, EnviroLogix opened a second office in Brazil in 2007 and was purchased by Ensign-Bickford Industries, Inc. in 2010.
We will lead as the premier manufacturer of commercial equipment for dry sifting applications in food processing and custom industrial applications.
Our company is widely known for its technical expertise and quality products.
We pride ourselves on responsiveness to customer needs and respect for fellow employees.
In 1896, the founder of the Satake Corporation, Riichi Satake, invented and began the production of Japan's first power driven rice milling machine.
In the subsequent one hundred years, a succession of successful developments and a wealth of accumulated research and knowledge have made Satake the world leader in grain processing systems. Satake produces a comprehensive range of individual machines, integrated systems and totally engineered solutions for the processing of rice, wheat and other grains.
The Company is proud of its tradition of innovation which ensures that Satake machines and systems are always at the forefront of technology.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, US — Representatives of the grain and milling industries recently gathered July 10-13 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, US, for IFT FIRST, the Institute of Food Technologists annual event and expo.
In 2022-23, the International Grains Council’s July report anticipates worldwide wheat production to reach 770 million tonnes, down from 781 million tonnes in 2021-22, with 195 million tonnes available for trade.
Most wheat production comes from a handful of countries and even fewer are major exporters, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Here’s a look at the top 10 wheat-producing countries worldwide, based on total yield in tonnes from 2000-2020 with 2022-23 production and consumption projections.