Novozymes has acquired microbial research company Organobalance to strengthen its position in microbial technologies.
The University of Nottingham in the UK is developing an artificially-intelligent (AI) sensor system to clean food manufacturing equipment more precisely.
Aloe Eco Park SAPI de CV has launched an aloe based edible coating in the US fruit and vegetable market.
Seafood mislabeling occurs in every sector of the supply chain, according to Oceana.
Eurofins Scientific has raised €296m towards financing potential acquisition targets.
Charm Sciences’ aflatoxin test has been backed by the US Department of Agriculture’s Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA).
Emydex has sealed deals with six customers across South Africa, Australia and the Philippines and revealed a North American aim.
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SafeTraces has raised $1.5m via a funding round to accelerate product development, sales and marketing ahead of going to market by the end of this year.
Common sense and experience play a role in allergen control, according to a consultant.
Sample6 has closed a $12.7m Series C funding round to help scale-up commercialization of its pathogen detection system.
FlavorActiV and Bruker Corporation have partnered to help breweries improve flavor stability.
Invisible Sentinel has developed, validated and commercialized two detection tools for breweries.
Mettler Toledo will build a facility in Florida for its product inspection division creating 185 positions.
The US Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) has launched the second generation of its Food Fraud Database (FFD 2.0).
HorizonScan has been launched in five territories in partnership with the Global ID Group.
The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has resumed its Campylobacter survey with a revised method.
Cherney Microbiological Services has partnered with Mocon to help processors identify product spoilage issues.
Rheonix has launched an assay for detecting beer spoilage on its recently unveiled platform for food and beverage testing.
The European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG) will establish 20 new regional sections by 2020.
Nestlé’s gives ConfectioneryNews a look inside its $31m expanded quality assurance center in Dublin, Ohio, where it is battling the emerging threat of foreign bodies in confections.
Spartan Bioscience has unveiled the first assays for its molecular diagnostics device and promised further launches in food and water safety testing.
Loma Systems has changed its range of ferrous, brass non-ferrous and stainless steel test pieces.
Neogen Corporation has developed an AOAC-validated test to detect Campylobacter.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has received AOAC-RI Performance Tested Methods certification for its STEC detection workflow.