With so many product inspection systems available for the food supply industry, manufacturers and processors need to know which one is right for them and how to utilize it to its full...
A portable microbial contamination test can speed up time to result ensuring product can be cleared and shipped faster, according to its developers.
Dietetic foods and food supplement recall notifications grew by 89% in the quarter, according to the Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS European index.
More than 50 courses on food protection have been launched by the International Food Protection Training Institute (IFPTI).
Ecolab has updated sustainability targets, including a 25% reduction in effluent discharge and waste, 20% less water use and a 10% drop in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2017.
More than 80% of people in Northern Ireland don't know the name of the bug that is the most common cause of food poisoning, according to a survey.
Walmart China will significantly increase its investment in food safety to more than RMB300m (US$48m) between 2013 and 2015. Previously, the retailer had announced investments of RMB100m for the same...
A 40% increase in notifications concerning pathogenic microorganisms in food was reported to the EU’s recall portal last year.
Measurements of nanomaterials in consumer products are urgently needed to assess exposure, according to a final opinion looking at silver nanoparticles (Ag-NP).
Dutch Spices claims to have become the first company in Europe to offer a range of dry spice blends, marinades and sauces that are free from the 24 allergens on...
Public confidence in the UK food chain has come under particular spotlight after recent incidents, according to the UK Government Chemist’s annual review.
From production to processing, food industry managers rely on chemical washdown processes to eliminate bacteria.
There should be no detectable carry-over contamination of meat when produced in line with current good manufacturing practice and properly cleaned, according to a report.
FSIS will discontinue Salmonella sampling set procedures in ground beef products for most firms from June 29 after considering comments on proposed changes.
Red24assist has launched a Gap Analysis Tool (GAT) that it claims will help improve the standards of food safety.
Luceo has launched an updated version of its machine to detect packaging with sealing and labelling integrity defects.
WITec has launched updated software for its imaging systems to acquire and process large data volumes of high-resolution measurements and 3D imaging.
Texas researchers have presented their latest work on Shiga-toxin producing E. coli (STEC) at a conference dedicated to tackling the issue.
Fortress Technology (Europe) has supplied its 1000 detector this month from its UK site to the same firm that took delivery of the first one in January 2011.
Alchemy Systems has launched its aid for safety and productivity as a tablet-based tool.
A project using whole genome sequencing in food safety to replace conventional laboratory methods is one of six finalists in an awards ceremony.
Two German agencies have signed a deal to cooperate on improving food safety in the supply chain.
Biótica has had its automated laboratory system that rapidly detects E. coli certified.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is part of a three-pronged approach to develop rapid methods that detect E. coli in food.
3M’s Petrifilm Salmonella Express System has been validated through AOAC International as a First Action Official Method of Analysis (OMA) for the detection of Salmonella in a variety of food...