Frutarom Health, which produces flavor and fine ingredients, has increased its biogas electrical energy production by 36%.
Omics technologies may have major implications in food risk assessment but it remains unclear to what extend they can be used, according to a review article for the European Food...
PolyOne Corp. has launched an arsenal of technology products designed to help food manufacturers and brand owners protect products against fraud.
Sample6 has secured $11m in funding to help commercialise its first products to detect pathogens in food processing environments.
Waters Corporation has unveiled what it claims is the first mass detector to bring high-quality, mass spectral data to chromatographic separations.
A packaging company specializing in meat, seafood and produce has attained an “A” for food safety from a global standards organization.
PathoGenetix has demonstrated culture-independent identification and strain typing of multiple Salmonella serotypes from enriched food samples using their Genome Sequence Scanning (GSS) technology.
Exosect has appointed Igor Curcic to its formulations team as head of Formulation Development.
X-ray inspection adoption is increasing with it being an accepted process but finer and more contaminants remain the target to increase its use, according to Eagle Product Inspection.
E.coli has been reprogrammed to seek out and fight other pathogens such as biofilms.
Micro Imaging Technology has partnered with Purdue University to prove the concept of laser light scattering to detect pathogens.
Thermo Fisher Scientific's contamination detection technology is engineered to arrest foreign object intrusion to avoid costly product waste and dreaded recalls.
Russell Associates has released three modules to deliver training to employees in food production.
DuPont’s system to detect pathogenic E.coli has been adopted by the US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS).
Eriez has unveiled a metal detector which it claims is the first in a line of products that will add more enhancements for the food and packaging industry.
Sono-Tek Corporation has commercially launched its first ultrasonic spray coating equipment for antimicrobial applications for sliced meats.
Leatherhead Food Research has brought all its chemistry facilities into one laboratory which it officially opened last week.
Ultraviolet light (UV) and Ultrasound (US) can reduce four bacteria types on strawberries and lettuce, according to a study.
Seward’s Stomacher 400 Circulator has been used in an evaluation of international sampling methods for the microbiological analysis of broiler carcasses after immersion chilling.
Loma Systems has combined its checkweigher and metal detection systems in a SlimeLine version to safe space on the factory floor.
Meadow Foods, an independent dairy group, has signed up five of its technical managers to the Society of Food Hygiene & Technology’s (SOFHT) High Five membership category.
Agilent Technologies has split to form two public companies but will continue its focus on its food program, the firm said yesterday.
A Linde group subsidiary claims technology it developed with Bernard Matthews can slash Campylobacter rates.
3M Food Safety has launched an indicator test that enables the detection of yeasts and molds in as little as 48 hours, improving on conventional agar methods.
Detectamet has launched two metal detectable face masks for use in the food industry.