CLEVELAND – April 27, 2017 – Anderson International Corp, along with 8 other corporate donors, recently gifted equipment to The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).

Anderson International, which designs, manufactures, and commissions oil, polymer, and feed processing equipment globally, donated an Expander-Extruder-Cooker™ to assist in providing hands-on training and applied research opportunities for Ohio’s upcoming food industry professionals and entrepreneurs.

The Expander-Extruder-Cooker™ is the backbone of processing systems for producing all manners of digestible products such as snack foods, breakfast cereals, pet food and animal feed.

The Anderson machinery is part of a state-of-the-art system located in the pilot plant at the Wilbur A. Gould Food Industries Center in the Ohio State Department of Food Science and Technology. The Food Industries Center was built to conduct applied research on a wider variety of food products, with an emphasis on foods for health, which aligns with the focus of the Department of Food Science and Technology, the college, and university.

Read more about The Food Industries Center.



About Anderson International Corp
Anderson International Corp, founded in 1888, is the original inventor of the screw press or Expeller® for the mechanical recovery of fats from oil bearing beans, seeds, and nuts. In their 130-year history, Anderson has adapted the original screw press design for a variety of industrial processes, including pet food, animal feed, and synthetic rubber. To date, Anderson has successfully designed, manufactured, and installed over 12,000 pieces of processing equipment for over 100 different types of materials in more than 100 countries with a focus on providing complete process solutions to their customer base.


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Eric Stibora
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Anderson International Corp
4545 Boyce Parkway
Stow, Ohio 44224, USA
Office: +1-216-641-1112 ext. 304
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