The Food Marketing Institute is spreading traceability technology to its 40,000 US food retailer members.
BIOTECON Diagnostics has launched an assay for detecting and identifying two Salmonella serovars.
A Mérieux NutriSciences company has inaugurated a laboratory dedicated to microbiology testing in France.
GEA is to launch a bacterial screening and enzyme-based cleaning service with bacteriological monitoring next year.
An EU project is to develop a novel technology to detect mycotoxins in foods and liquid foodstuffs.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) have partnered to award grants to meet certain standards.
A food processing researcher has scored a grant of nearly $300,000 to explore bio-based antimicrobials and other nanotechnology applications for food packaging.
Natural-light labelling of citrus peels does not influence the fate of Salmonella, according to a study.
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A bacteriophage (phage) which is mostly specific for E. coli O157 has been isolated to kill the pathogen on beef.
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Mocon has launched a system that gauges oxygen transmission rates through flat materials and food packaging.
Alchemy Systems has launched a suite of safety training courses aimed at producers of vegetarian and frozen foods.
PathoGenetix Inc. has completed the first round of customer evaluations for its RESOLUTION Microbial Genotyping System ahead of commercial launch next year.
Vivione Biosciences has partnered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expand its diagnostic system for detecting bacterial pathogens.
Combining pulsed electric and magnetic fields could address the loss of food quality due to freezing and thawing in storage and transportation.
Bredel has launched a food grade hose which provides up to 80% longer life for improved production efficiency and safety.
Færch Plast is ready to launch absorbers in its packages in the UK for meat and fish to extend shelf life by days.
Engineers from Bosch Rexroth said “Open Core Engineering”, a software which connects automated machinery and IT, is “generation 4.0” in food production technology.
PathoGenetix and Applied Maths have analysed E.coli strains to compare two new technologies against the standard system.
Thermo Scientific has launched an x-ray inspection machine capable of scanning tall food and beverage packaging.
Novozymes will supply enzyme technology to a biomass to glycols bio-refinery to be built by M&G Chemicals in China.
Fortress Technology has received IP69K rating for its Stealth mode of metal detector, stressing the importance of robust washdowns in food safety.
Agilent Technologies has launched a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy platform to address food authenticity and origin concerns.
PACK EXPO International 2014 is expanding its tech content by welcoming an event dedicated to 'smart' packaging technologies.