Meat extruders are coming to stores around the country.
And Smithfield’s newest, the Meat Extruder Maker, is ready to go.
Smithfield will have two different models: a meat extrusion that allows for precise cuts, and a meat-extrusion-ready extruder that cuts meat faster.
The first is a 10-inch meat extruders that can make up to 100,000 pieces per minute.
The second model has a 4.2-inch nozzle that can produce up to 200,000.
Smithfields has been expanding the line of meat-expruder-ready models since its first model launched in 2011, with a variety of different models available for $200 to $1,000, depending on the size of the machine.
The new machines, which are still available for preorder, are made by Meat Technologies, a company based in Florida.
The company is best known for making meat slicers, but its meat-based extruder is also a key part of Smithfield Meat’s current line of products.
Smithfords new machine, which is called the “Pork Extrusion Maker,” has an 8-inch blade that can cut meat up to 1 inch thick.
The machine has a six-foot blade that will make up roughly the same amount of meat as the current version of the Meat Maker.
“We wanted to make sure that we have the same cutting capability as the Meat Machines,” Smithfield Foods VP of corporate development Jeff Taylor said in a press release.
“So this machine has the same functionality of the old Meat Machines, but it has a slightly higher cutting capacity.
The meat will come out as thick as it’s supposed to.”
The new machine also has an automatic stop feature, which allows the machine to stop when the user has finished a specific number of cuts.
The Meat Extrator Maker is compatible with most meats, including pork, turkey, and beef.
The price tag on the new machine is $1.50 per cut, which works out to $150 per piece.
The Smithfield announcement is part of a larger expansion of Smithfields meat-manufacturing footprint in the past year.
Smithsons newest product, the $1 meat-maker, was introduced in January and will go on sale in the coming months.
This is not the first time that Smiths has expanded its offerings in the meat industry.
In November, Smiths announced a new line of “farm-fresh” meats.
These meat products come from local farms, are frozen to make them less expensive to produce, and are then trucked to stores in bulk.
Smith’s new meat-processing technology is the company’s second foray into the meat and poultry industry.
The other is its beef-based product line, which was launched in 2016.