Microbiology company Hygiena has launched a new palm-sized rapid detection instrument, designed to help manufacturers spot contaminants in no more than 15 seconds.
The UK wheat crop declined this year; a research organisation calls for minimum whole grain requirements; and Cargill launches a website for the grain industry.
Researchers from the US Agricultural Research Service (ARS) claim to have stabilised a process of using extrusion technology to make healthy and tasty snacks out of legumes.
Scientists from Nestle and the University of California have developed a model which could help explain the texture as well the transport of flavours and nutrients in foods.
Cargill Texturizing Solutions has expanded its lethicin offering along quality lines, making four different grades available to cater to manufacturers' precise needs and budgets.
Researchers in the US have developed what claims to be the first tool that can predict the timing, quality and weight of sweet corn crops, a move that is expected to help the industry meet consumer demand for the vegetable.
A newly developed culture medium provides a simpler way to distinguish between Campylobacter species, according to scientists.
A brand new test for food processors can spot within five minutes the presence of biogenic amines, naturally occurring toxins that cause headaches, researchers claim.
A new system of screening and testing cheese can offer processors a cost effective way of driving large-scale innovation within their products, its manufacturer claims.
US researchers claim to have invented a new 'food freshness sensor' that can accurately detect spoiled food, and so help in the battle against food poisoning.
A new panel-mounted device for cold storage equipment can download temperatures directly on to a computer, making record keeping faster and more accurate.
A new x-ray system uses two beams to achieve dual detection for increased accuracy and improved product quality, its manufacturer claims.
Scientists in Denmark have created two tiny devices, which they have leveraged to detect a range of contaminants, from molecules to whole bacteria, in food and water.
A Japanese manufactured food x-ray system has been rated number one in performance tests by the Danish Meat Association.
A new automatic air sampler is designed to monitor pathogens at food manufacturing sites.
Foss has updated its original grain and flour analyser to improve its efficiency in quality analysis for millers.
Deltatrak today announced a new line of temperature recorders that offer accurate readings throughout the supply chain, the company claims.
A new food contaminant testing method for melamine and cyanuric acid decreases the time it takes to get accurate results for meats, its developer claims.
Dairy is on the agenda for US group Advance Instruments as it seeks to bring greater innovation to industry testing at the 2007 annual meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) to be held next week.
A new high-speed samonella test has been developed that provides processors with results within 18 hours, its manufacturer claims.
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