To get a handle on the food safety and quality landscape we sent a Q+A to several companies in the industry to discuss the highlights of 2016 and to predict...
Novel foodborne pathogen techniques and geographic origin determination methods as well as work from EU projects were presented at Rapid Methods Europe in Amsterdam.
FoodQualityNews went to Amsterdam to look at the posters that presented a sample of the latest research and work in food safety and quality.
The past few years have been tumultuous in the food industry, with unfortunate food safety incidents eroding consumer trust in the supply chain and governing bodies stepping up to implement...
Industry gathered recently for the American Society of Mass Spectrometry conference (ASMS). We look at who launched what during the event.
SCIEX and the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have signed a licensing agreement for technologies around analytical chemistry equipment.
SCIEX has launched a high resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) platform for routine testing at RAFA 2015.
A call not to forget chromatography when it comes to analysis and work to analyse possible migration of substances in and out of food contact materials were the highlights of...
Methods to analyse nanoparticles, food safety from the US perspective and insight into a range of EU projects were key topics during the second day of a conference in Prague.
It is not possible to solve food fraud by analytical methods alone, the rise of citizen science and the revelation that Nestlé collects 100 million analytical results per year were...
An international conference covering the latest issues in food safety and quality with the biggest industry names starts this week.
Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization – time of flight (MALDI-ToF) mass spectrometry is to be added to Public Health England’s (PHE’s) standard microbiological test methods.
The future of microbiology, a call to review current allergen detection methods and method validation were some of the highlights at an industry event.
FoodQualityNews took to the trade show floor last week in between interviews and videos to take a few snaps.
Multivac, Neogen Europe, Vikan, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bruker, Merck Millipore and Ecolab were some of the many exhibitors that welcomed visitors to their stands at Anuga FoodTec 2015 last week.
FoodQualityNews will be bringing you live news and views of the food safety industry next week as we attend Anuga FoodTec.
AB SCIEX has launched an entry-level mass spectrometry system that meets the evolving demands of food and environmental testing laboratories.
AB SCIEX has launched the MasterView Food Testing Workflow for QTRAP mass spectrometry systems to give laboratories improved confidence and reliability in results when screening, identifying and quantifying targeted chemical contaminants...
Protein-related testing such as allergen detection and meat speciation using LC-MS/MS is gaining more interest, according to AB SCIEX.
‘The same machines you see here are used in applications from food testing to looking at cancer’, one exhibitor told me during the 2014 Analytica Trade Show in Munich.
A meat speciation method for detecting pig and horse contamination has been developed by scientists at the University of Münster and AB Sciex.
Demand for multi-contaminant testing is expected to continue growing, according to AB SCIEX.
AB SCIEX has launched MasterView Software to simplify mass spectrometry in food safety testing and environmental analysis labs.
AB Sciex has unveiled a meat speciation method which detects animal protein markers and veterinary drug residues in a single analysis.
AB SCIEX has responded to concerns about the presence of dicyandiamide (DCD) in New Zealand dairy products by unveiling a new laboratory method to test for the agricultural chemical.