Knauer has launched an osmometer for quality control of aqueous samples.
Scientists at AMBER (Advanced Materials and Bio-Engineering Research) at Trinity College Dublin have created printed transistors from 2-dimensional nanomaterials for the first time.
Nearly 26 million litres of fake alcohol has been seized as part of an INTERPOL-Europol operation.
We are back with what will be a monthly round-up (GFSI and Pittcon got in the way!) from food safety agencies wider than the English-speaking ones.
Vicam has launched a lateral flow strip test for detection of ochratoxin A in green coffee and wheat.
Ametek has agreed to acquire Mocon for $182m, with the deal expected to close in Q2, 2017.
Previous work has overestimated the impact of low prices on counterfeit alcohol consumption, according to a Russian study.
Approaches to test the accuracy of claims for samples of roast ground coffee have been reviewed by researchers.
HACCP requirements and documentation are ‘foundational pillars’ of the food safety and quality management system, according to an expert at Coca-Cola HBC.
Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Scotland, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Austria, Norway, Germany and Denmark.
International Paper has resumed operations at its Pensacola Mill in Cantonment, Florida, following a digester explosion.
Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Denmark.
Metal cans are more challenging to inspect than low-density containers because the packaging presents a higher density to the x-rays.
An ultra-low field (ULF) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system using a high-temperature superconducting quantum interference device (HTS-SQUID) for food inspection has been tested by researchers.
Endress+Hauser has acquired SensAction for an undisclosed amount to strengthen its quality measurement portfolio.
An investigation has been launched after reported findings of ‘human waste’ in Coca-Cola cans in a factory in Northern Ireland.
Viavi Solutions Optical Security and Performance Products (OSP) and ESPROS Photonics Corporation (EPC) have launched a miniaturized spectral sensing system-on-a-chip and multispectral sensor developer kit.
An online auctioneer has uncovered fraud involving the refilling of old bottles of whisky, rum and other spirits with cheaper and younger liquids.
You’ve heard it before: the alcohol in the beer kills any germs. For a while now, this notion has been treated as being more or less adequate safeguarding for brewers...
PolyOne has announced its light-blocking additive for dairy products, ColorMatrix Lactra SX, has been rated as compliant with newly introduced Chinese Food Approval standards.
Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Denmark.
Fraunhofer and Döhler are working together to develop a microbiological detection method based on microfluidics.
Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Iceland, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
A chemical normally used in the canned food industry has been found to interfere with the hormone that controls appetite, raising the prospect of increasing weight gain and obesity.
Food recalls have been notified by USA, England, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Hong Kong and Denmark.