Resharp Industries was formed in 2001 after it’s founder sought to solve excessive blade and knife waste in the food processing industry. Fifteen years of teaching sharpening theory led Resharp’s technicians to create a solution center for blades typically thrown away. The savings for processing plants were between 50% and 85% of their blade budgets. Food processors also experienced a boost in yield and shelf life from cutting tools set to their product.
Del Monte, Tyson, Dole, Cargill, Swift, Smithfield, ConAgra, and Purdue Chicken are just a few of the processors that rely on Resharp Industries’ blade science.
By auditing and measuring blade angles and sharpness, Resharp Industries solves problems in a straight forward and scientific manner. All work is guaranteed, and nothing is charged to the processor until the solutions are reached.
Now, Resharp Industries assists processors by providing a national program for receiving disposed blades, and by returning them often sharper than the original manufacturer’s standards. This simple solution has saved food processors hundreds of thousands in operating expense, while improving yields, shelf life, and the overall appearance of the cuts.