The question of food safety is becoming more and more important everywhere in the world, according to Biotecon Diagnostics.
Sample preparation can now be done faster and in a simpler way, according to Anton Paar.
Eppendorf has said that it has the intention to be more aware with its products in the food and beverage sector.
ACD/Labs has released an updated version of their software platform at Analytica 2014 in Munich.
Refrigerated and heating circulators are vital tools in quality control in the food industry, according to Julabo.
WITec and Tescan Orsay Holding have launched the RISE Microscope for Correlative Raman-SEM Imaging at Analytica 2014.
KNF has launched a rotary evaporator to enter the sector for the first time at Analytica trade show in Munich.
Equipment from RF Biocidics harnesses radio frequency technology to disinfect, disinfest, and pasteurize food products, without chemicals.
Pharma giant Merck’s life sciences division, Merck Millipore, has inked a new deal with a Pennsylvania-based long-time partner in microbiology services for the European food and other sectors.
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NASA has launched a ‘Veggie’ project to grow vegetables and herbs in Space and if successful, could be used on lettuce, radishes, bok choy, Chinese cabbage and bitter leafy greens.
Customers, quality and food safety are tied together, according to the developer of a software program.
Following a pilot with ConAgra and other clients, Sample6's DETECT/L enrichment-free pathogen diagnostic for Listeria has been awarded AOAC certification from the organization’s Performance Tested Methods program.
Thorough staff training is more important to a food sanitation program's chances of success than the chemicals used to clean equipment, according ChemStar.
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MOCON is donating oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor permeation instruments, package integrity test equipment and headspace analyzers to a university in Ireland.
Novel technologies like high-pressure processing can win the war to lengthen shelf life and eradicate foodborne illness, according to industry experts.
Seward has increased production capacity for Stomacher blender bags with additional manufacturing in the UK.
InstantLabs has partnered with the University of Guelph to co-develop DNA-based seafood species identification tests to tackle marketplace fraud.
Fortress Technology has released its FM software which is compatible with previous detectors.
Automated colony counting ensures results are consistently the same standard when dealing with high-throughput demands, according to Synoptics.
Abacalab has released an updated version of software to improve accuracy, efficiency and mobility for users and managers of standardized procedures and step-wise processes.
The Food Safety Summit showcases contamination detection, product inspection, and equipment sanitation technology.
Technical Service Consultants (TSC) has launched ‘a greener alternative’ to its range of sampling swabs, with its PreMoist Hygiene Swab Kits.
Consumers are travelling abroad and developing more adventurous tastes, fuelling demand for continental meats, according to British food research organsiation Campden BRI.