Cold plasma technology can kill E.coli microbes within packaging, so proving a useful tool in situations of post processing contamination, according to researchers.
Birko has acquired Espy Technologies Inc. (ETI) to build on its food safety solutions from chemistry, equipment and technology.
DuPont launched its heat-sealable Tyvek product at Emballage in Paris and said that the method will allow higher production rates.
Nanobiosensors hold considerable potential as future areas of development for nanotechnology, according to a recent study.
Combining continuous ultrasound treatment with chlorine washing can reduce E.coli on spinach leaves, according to US scientists.
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The touchless x-ray inspection system reduces product damage due to its design and the lack of lead curtains, according to Thermo Scientific.
A panel of scientists have identified hygiene, diagnostic methods and outbreak investigations as key areas that need action to prevent foodborne infections.
Arla Foods and Fonterra have teamed up with Danish analytical solutions provider Foss to develop a screening method to determine whether milk has been tampered with for financial gain.
Researchers in Chile have invented a system incorporating natural microbial agents in a polymeric structure aimed at increasing the shelf life of refrigerated fresh salmon.
Nut traces can be better detected in dark chocolate and biscuits by adding a clean-up step, say Italian researchers.
A maximum shelf life of one year will not be an issue for wine can consumers, Ball Packaging’s sales director for Benelux and Scandinavia Gerlof Toenhake told reporter Mark Astley....
Anti-microbial air treatment systems will become a “very important” hygiene factor in the food manufacturing industry in coming years, Ecolab’s Marcus Ley told reporter Mark Astley.
Nut, fruit and vegetable processors have a new weapon in their quality control arsenal in the form of Tomra Sorting Solutions’ Best Nimbus N sorter, which can sort products in...
Scientists in New Zealand are developing a method to identify the geographical source of milk powder products – a potential answer to the problem of counterfeit ‘Made in New Zealand’...
Eagle Product Inspection gives FoodProductionDaily.com editor, Rod Addy, the lowdown on their latest detection machine targeting operational efficiency and hygienic design.
bioMérieux has unveiled its latest product to tackle listeria which it claims offers unprecedented specificity and sensitivity.
More research is needed to determine if high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) treatment can eliminate food pathogens in low-acid juices, according to a scientific review.
SGS announced today (Monday) that it has acquired the Ware Care Group, based in The Netherlands for an undisclosed amount.
The firm behind a colour-changing label has told FoodProductionDaily.com that its first product will launch commercially next year aimed at boosting food safety.
A new risk management tool for flavouring substances, additives and food contact materials is due to be completed in the coming weeks, drawing together data on food chemical occurrence, concentration...
Insignia Technologies has targeted global expansion after receiving funding for its product range used in food packaging to minimise food waste.
Biothane is to supply an Indonesian food and beverage manufacturer with a wastewater treatment system to transform elements of wastewater into biogas.
Mocon marketing manager Guy Wray talked FoodProductionDaily editor Rod Addy through the latest upgrades to its oxygen permeability testers at Pack Expo 2012 in Chicago.
Glanbia Nutritionals has expanded its heat treatment process for use with its milled and cracked flaxseed range.