PerkinElmer has launched software to detect known and unknown contaminants in ingredients to guard against adulteration.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) food recalls were down in Q4 2014 but the amount of product involved grew by 142% from the previous quarter, according to the Stericycle Quarterly...
Wendel has sold 48 million shares in Bureau Veritas, amounting to 10.9% of the share capital for close to €1bn.
Exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) likely costs the European Union €157bn a year in actual health care expenses and lost earning potential, according to a series of studies.
There is scope for better collaboration, data sharing and harmonisation between all those with an interest in food authenticity, according to a report.
Birko has partnered with Garden Cut to develop best practice sanitation procedures.
A two-day workshop on foodborne disease risk assessment has been held in Armenia.
Romer Labs has introduced a water-based test which will allow food, feed and grain producers to test for Zearalenone without using organic solvents.
Eurofins has revealed it expects 40,000m2 of laboratory space to come on stream this year.
Food companies becoming more proactive when tackling fraud in the supply chain was one of the main outcomes from an NSF International conference.
FSSC 22000 has added a voluntary ISO 9001:2008 module to its existing scheme from the start of this month.
Antibiotic-resistant strains of Listeria monocytogenes in unprocessed salads are not as widespread as originally suspected, according to a study.
Campden BRI has purchased a continuous UV-C and installed a large scale cold plasma machine to give industry access to new technologies to develop ways of processing and preserving products....
There is no basis for individual legal action on BPA according to The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) after researchers in the country said the safe level recommended by...
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has updated guidance on reporting foodborne outbreaks.
Seward has revealed how its Stomacher technology was used to prepare samples for the UK Food Standard Agency’s (FSA)’s survey which found 73% of chickens tested positive for Campylobacter.
Cases of cumin and paprika contaminated with almond protein will be the subject of an industry meeting tomorrow (25 February).
DNV has acquired International Standards Certifications (ISC) which has a strong presence in Asia.
Neogen Corporation has developed a test to detect Listeria monocytogenes based on customer demand and natural progression from previous assays.
Birko has partnered with Dunbar Foods Corp. to provide the firm with specialized sanitation materials.
TÜV SÜD has expanded its certification services in the Czech Republic after passing an accreditation process.
Unitherm Food Systems has revealed it has two acquisitions lined up in Europe as it continues to target market growth.
A recall in the UK due to paprika containing undeclared almond has widened an investigation into substitution with nut proteins as several EU nations have also warned consumers.
Fortress has quoted for further product inspection machines at Cambridge Weight Plan with potential installations this year.
Up to 90 research posts are being created by a £19M investment at the Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA), but fears have surfaced that its privatisation could damage its work.