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Sample that: Dietz & Watson takes up Listeria tech

Dietz & Watson has cut time to result by days by using Sample6 technology to test, find and remediate Listeria before products leave one of its plants.

Allergy 'control to cure' focus of FAAM event

Key areas of focus in patient control, prevention and cure were highlighted during the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Meeting (FAAM), according to a presenter at the event.

Food industry watched tighter than before, says insurance agency

The food industry is under more scrutiny than ever before, according to the founder of an insurance agency.

Food Safety recall round-up 17-23 October

Recalls: Aluminium phosphide, anthrax and pathogens

This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Ireland, USA, Canada, France, Hong Kong, Belgium and Germany.

News in brief

Hydrocyanic acid forces recall of Tapioca chips

Resmi International has recalled Manjilas Tapioca Chips Spicy in Australia due to high levels of hydrocyanic acid.

Spotlight

‘We have fragile consumers with specific needs’, says Danone Nutricia
DISPATCHES FROM GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY, MADRID

Danone Nutricia: The more we know the more we have to solve

Industry development meaning potential food safety hazards are detected more than ever before is leading to a...

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance business no more for Agilent

Agilent to close NMR unit with loss of 300 jobs

Agilent Technologies is to exit its Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) business because it has not met growth...

Camel milk implicated in reported MERS-CoV cases

MERS cases linked to camel milk – WHO

Four cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) have been linked to camel milk in Saudi...

Merck Millipore explains ISO 11133:2014
Guest article

Navigating the EN ISO 11133:2014 standard – Merck Millipore

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) introduced the revised EN ISO 11133:2014 in March this year.

Salmonella and Campylobacter rates up

Foodborne illness declines in Australia

Foodborne illness has declined 17% overall in Australia but the number of Salmonella and Campylobacter cases has risen.

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