Nearly a third of food businesses have no corporate allergen management systems in place, an SGS survey has found.
Gel quality scores for typing VTEC E.coli using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) were lower than Salmonella and Listeria, according to an EU report.
Pesticides in wine may be responsible for a drastic drop in French men's sperm count, according to a large-scale study.
Mars, Premier Foods and Royal FrieslandCampina gave their food safety thoughts at an EU summit.
Romer Labs has expanded two test kits for allergen testing to offer customers an increased choice of food matrixes.
One centralized food safety system for the supply chain is simpler and easier to manage, according to McDonald's Europe.
A trio of industry leaders recently gathered in a battle of wits, presented in a game-show format, to see whose knowledge of crucial food safety issues is the most impressive.
A University professor claims the food industry is safer and more efficient than ever, despite the claims of some protestors and activists.
A Danone France leader says providing a growing planet with a safe, sufficient food supply down the road is a challenge the industry must meet now.
Trace One, a private label and product lifecycle management (PLM) organisation, has launched T Transparency, a cloud-based platform for improving supply chain visibility across the food sector.
Mars-owned Wrigley faces fines for safety violations that led to a worker’s death at its plant in Chattanooga.
Consumers have long held a desire for fresh, all-natural foods and beverages. Quality and safety are among the most important factors for the modern-day shopper.
Eurofins Food Testing UK has bought a second Triple Quadrupole liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS) system to increase capacity for pesticide residue testing.
Two separate cold-storage facilities suffered from roof collapses and subsequent ammonia leaks, within hours of each other.
Nigeria’s Consumer Product Council (CPC) has warned Coca-Cola that the nation is not a ‘dumping ground’ for defective products after it endorsed a complaint against the brand’s anchor bottler....
Nestlé, and smoothie company innocent, will take part in the Sustainable Events Summit in London today (February 18).
Potentially carcinogenic dyes Rhodamine-B and Auramine have been discovered in traditional Asia sweets in the UK.
The food safety guru of the world’s largest retailer told FoodProductionDaily the 2014 Global Food Safety Conference comes at a time when food safety concerns are at a pinnacle.
Data from the Food and Drug Administration adds weight to packaging industry claims of BPA’s fitness as a food-contact material.
China and India will be big growth areas for the plastic film and sheets industry, says a report by Markets and Markets.
Increasing food microbiology testing, growing use of rapid microbial methods and booming business for food contract testing labs are three trends identified by Strategic Consulting, Inc
Mathematical models to evaluate the risk of Salmonella in egg laying flocks have been created by researchers.
Supermarkets are behind the demand for increasing sensitivity when it comes to metal detection, according to Fortress.
“Better too much than too little" is a policy that prevails worldwide when it comes to removal of supposedly faulty products from the production line, according to Heuft.
Vision sensors from SICK inspect every product that leaves the belt at a frozen food manufacturer in Belgium to ensure every product is what the label says it is.