Key Technology and Visys NV have entered into a merger agreement and said the entity will be at the “forefront of vision inspection technology”.
Mettler Toledo Safeline is helping food and drink manufacturers clamp down on glass contamination with the introduction of an x-ray machine specifically designed to root it out in glass jars.
Elektron Technology has launched a wireless food safety monitoring system to help reduce foodborne illness.
A total plant assurance approach has enabled Ecolab to win new business and offset slow conditions in the beverage and protein markets.
Recent breakthroughs in pathogen detection include a new rapid polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method from Thermo Fisher Scientific and quicker and a more accurate way to pinpoint types of microbes.
Powerful antifungal compounds produced from linoleic acid found in bread flour are the key reason for sourdough bread’s mould resistant properties, and have potential to be used in a host...
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched a pathogen detection system that it claims delivers test efficiencies for food safety laboratories testing for common bacterial pathogens.
3M Food Safety’s Molecular Detection Assay Salmonella has received backing for different foods from AFNOR certification.
Food processors seeking rapid solutions in the war against pathogens have access to a fresh weapon in the form of the DuPont BAX System for detecting Salmonella.
Texture analysis specialist Stable Micro Systems has launched a rice extrusion rig conforming to the newly-released International Standard (ISO 11747) for rice testing.
West Control Solutions has launched a range of temperature controllers for the plastic, packaging, drying and laboratory equipment markets.
A UK collaboration has secured £8.75m of funding to help businesses develop technologies for efficient agri-food systems.
Sealed Air Diversey is working on a project enabling beef processors to apply lactic acid as an anti-microbial to carcasses, following its approval for such use within the EU.
Rapid diagnosis tools to identify germs on the production line are being developed by scientists at the Basque CIC microGUNE cooperative research centre.
AB SCIEX has responded to concerns about the presence of dicyandiamide (DCD) in New Zealand dairy products by unveiling a new laboratory method to test for the agricultural chemical.
Food processors can zap harmful organisms in packaged products using plasma power, thanks to a method just discovered by scientists at Glasgow University in Scotland.
The Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC) said the merger with NSF International will enable it to export Canadian food safety knowledge worldwide.
A curtainless x-ray for lightweight products and a seal seam scanner are among the systems Multivac Marking & Inspection plans to launch at the IFFA meat industry show in Frankfurt.
Graphic Products has launched a food safety guide to help industry communicate safety and hygiene messages clearly.
Increased variety within the bakery sector is putting pressure on quality and safety management and means flexible product inspection programs are needed, says a specialist.
Bakery manufacturers who want to differentiate themselves in a competitive market should consider communicating safety and quality efforts to consumers, a specialist says.
Smart Fog has unveiled a range of non-wetting food safety solutions aimed at fruits, nuts and vegetables.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has added upgraded its X-ray source, drum motors and line configuration time on one of its detection systems.
Lock Inspection Systems high frequency metal detector has enabled EHL Ingredients to meet BRC standards.
Thermo Fisher Scientific could be lining up a bid for Life Technologies, according to Reuters who cited three unnamed sources.