Thermo Fisher Scientific, Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp are part of a coalition which has called for equal access to allergy testing.
University College Dublin (UCD) and top dairy firms including Kerry have launched a three-year Innovation Partnership program to develop software that rapidly detects bacteria during production.
Ecolab has introduced a mixed peracid sanitizer and disinfectant for dairy, food, beverage and brewery processors.
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Mettler Toledo Safeline and Peak Scientific were among the firms awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has suspended its survey measuring Campylobacter levels on chickens from retail as test methods could not be relied upon to give accurate retailer comparisons.
Eriez has increased production of conveyors used in sanitary applications in response to growing sales and demand from customers.
Cambridge City Council has provided backing for Checkit’s management and monitoring system.
Fonterra Australia has signed an agreement to divest its 36.02% shareholding in Dairy Technical Services (DTS) to a consortium comprising Bureau Veritas Singapore and AsureQuality Limited.
The food industry is at the heart of the smart phone revolution but getting the right social media policy is fundamental, says Maz Dannourah, associate solicitor, Roythornes.
Bernard Matthews, Food Standards Agency, 2 Sisters Food Group and the Food & Drink Exporters Association will discuss the latest trends impacting the bakery, beverage and dairy industry at Foodex.
AINIA Technological Centre and the European Fruit Juice Association (AIJN) has organised an event including information on the first prototype of packaging for juices made from PHB, a biodegradable bioplastic...
Neogen Corporation has developed an improved line of mycotoxin tests that use water as the solvent in the extraction process.
Zebra Technologies Corporation is to collaborate with Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions to help manufacturers manage food safety and compliance needs digitally.
Seven of twelve dried oregano samples tested by an Australian consumer watchdog contained other ingredients, including olive and sumac leaves.
3M Food Safety has launched a detection assay for E. coli O157 which is faster than previous versions to help customers make quicker decisions.
A certification program for small and mid-sized growers and cooperatives in the produce industry has been launched by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
DuPont BAX System assays for Salmonella and E. coli O157:H7 have received extended validation from AFNOR Certification.
DSM’s new Pack-Age is a moisture-permeable cheese membrane that can be used to pack and preserve natural crust cheeses.
Romer Labs has launched a soy test kit to protect brands and consumers from accidental soy contamination.
Diversey Care, a division of Sealed Air, has launched a digital food safety management platform to help firms boost safety and quality of operations.
Intelligence about food criminals is in short supply and crimes are often undetected or unreported, according to the first assessment of its type in the UK.
More than 99% of Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) ecolabeled products were found to be correctly labeled, according to DNA test results from the organisation.
In the food industry brand protection has always been important, particularly since the horsemeat scandal.
Brexit should not affect standards of food safety and quality or the amount of fraud in the system, according to NSF International.