Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) can penetrate cells and possibly cause damage but saying they make you sick is ‘premature’, according to a study.
Growing concerns about foodborne illness, waste, and feeding a booming global population are placing increasing demands on food testing, according to Life Technologies.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has appealed for stakeholder feedback to help improve certification schemes.
Estimates of dietary exposure to inorganic arsenic in food have been lowered after the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) looked again at data.
Beef purchased at Walmart and sourced from Walmart reportedly was laced with LSD, sickening the family that ate the meat for dinner.
Thinfilm has developed time-temperature sensors that can be attached to packaging and tell when food in the supply chain has spoiled or reached a certain temperature.
Thermo Scientific representatives say in the face of growing demands on food laboratories and stepped-up regulatory requirements, analytical staff must deliver top-notch performance and technology to keep up.
Food recalls dropped in the fourth quarter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) but the number of consumers affected nationwide more than doubled, according to ExpertRECALL figures.
A representative from Shimadzu says food analysis can gauge a product's taste, aroma, and texture to predict its chances of success in stores.
When Cargill Media Solutions needed to test a significant number of samples, they opted for ready-to-use liquid culture media to save time and effort.
As the United Nations held its 6th Annual Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) in New York, last week, Nestlé shared its efforts to encourage women worldwide to work in the marketplace and community.
The World Cup may well place Brazil in a global spotlight, but the world should see that the country has more to offer than football, carnivals and samba, according to a Brazilian trade association at this year's Europain.
Average prices for compound feed across all animal categories in the UK have slipped in the past quarter, says Defra in its animal feedstuffs price report.
Meadow Foods, one of the UK’s largest independent dairies, has been fined £54,000 after a female and male employee were scalded while cleaning a tank in the factory.
Fast food firms are being urged by health groups in New Zealand to reduce salt content in their foods to reduce the incidence of cardiac diseases in the country.
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Trace One launches T Transparency for supply chain visibility
Trace One, a private label and product lifecycle management (PLM) organisation, has launched T Transparency, a cloud-based...
One person has died and seven others have been hospitalized after an outbreak of Listeria linked to...
GFSI 2014 PREVIEW
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dispatches from EU food manufacturing and safety summit
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