ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems has been made available as a Draft International Standard (DIS).
Customer demand prompted investment in DNA analysis and authentication equipment to test a range of food products, according to Exova.
Detectamet has launched a multi-purpose stainless steel dispenser to distribute detectable personal protective products.
Thermo Scientific’s SureTect Salmonella Species Assay has been granted an NF validation certificate by AFNOR Certification for all foods.
Priority topics to ensure the emphasis on food safety in Horizon 2020 work programmes have been laid out by The European Association for Food Safety, The SAFE consortium.
Spanish, Italian and Croatian consumers worry most about food safety, according to a survey from Friends of Glass.
The colourful creator of Palcohol powdered alcohol has hit out at New York senator Charles Schumer after the politician wrote to the US FDA calling on it to ban controversial...
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has launched a call for tender concerning Listeria Monocytogenes in ready-to-eat (RTE) foods.
Food testing remained strong with further expansion of market share in new and existing markets, according to Eurofins.
ISO is calling for feedback and comments on its standard ISO 22000 which it plans to revise in September.
QADEX is encouraging companies to review their quality management and ensure they have efficient food safety policies in place – or face a harsh penalty.
PURE Bioscience expects to make direct food contact submissions to US regulatory agencies based on testing of its antimicrobial before the end of the month.
The global food testing market is expected to grow at around 6% during the forecast period of 2013 – 2018 to reach $4.63bn in 2018 from $3.45bn in 2013, according to a market report.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is challenging food firms, cities, businesses, and others to join forces and stop food waste.
A seminar on topical issues in risk assessment is to be held by the Finnish food safety authority this month.
Faster analysis and more accurate results are driving the food testing industry in an evolving marketplace, according to Thermo Fisher Scientific.
An accident at an Asian foods processing facility has taken the life of a 26-year-old plant worker.
Traceback systems for berries into Europe need to be improved, according to the authors of a report in Eurosurveillance.
UK police tell BeverageDaily.com they are aware that a killer drink laced with cocaine and a massive haul of drug-infused juice found by US Federal officers both bore labels illegally...
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency reports 100% of canned food tested turned up safe for human consumption
With consumers increasingly interested in where their food comes from, an upcoming event seeks to help producers, processors and packaging companies tell the story.
DNA barcoding to identify fish species is being used by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to tackle potential substitution.
UK firm Tangerine Confectionery has been fined £120,000 ($202,000) for safety failures that led to a worker's foot being impaled by a forklift truck.
An additional 33 cases of the Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC) outbreak strain that killed at least 50 people in Germany were reported after it was declared over in July 2011.
The full risk assessment of bisphenol A (BPA) will be discussed by scientists with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in Brussels today (April 23).