A research project to tackle the adulteration of animal-based foods has been launched in Germany.
FoodQualityNews has rounded up below recent examples of research relevant to food safety and quality control.
Food recalls and alerts for the final week of June came from England, Ireland, USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
The creators of Italcheck, an app to verify genuine Italian products for shoppers and aid manufacturers fight food fraud, will help fight against the €60 billion fake Italian products black market.
1WorldSync and FoodLogiQ have partnered to boost supply chain traceability in the industry.
Ecolab has made an undisclosed binding offer to acquire Laboratoires Anios from co-owners Bertrand and Thierry Letartre and private investment company Ardian
Ancera has raised $8.9m to commercialize its single-cell transport technology by early next year.
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Many factors can compromise the quality and/or safety of a food product. But one of the most common scenarios that faces a manufacturer is an unexpected problem that comes with a change of supplier. The irony is that everything seems fine when the ingredient is received. It meets its specification (and this is similar to the previous supplier’s), yet nonetheless, the finished product ends up being far from satisfactory.