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JBT Corporation has acquired Avure Technologies, which provides high pressure processing (HPP) systems, for $57m.
Food safety officials and industry staff in China’s commercial capital will start being tested on new food safety laws, according to officials from the Shanghai Food and Drug Administration.
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...
SCIEX will hold a LC-MS/MS Symposium in Germany in the middle of March.
President Trump’s latest executive order threatens protections that safeguard food, according to the EWG’s senior VP for government affairs.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is to stop its work as the European Reference Laboratory (EURL) in three areas from January 2018.
The New York State Food Laboratory increased testing of food and beverage samples for health hazards, purity and accuracy of labeling by 10% last year.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) will continue training lab staff to test mycotoxins, pesticides and veterinary drug residues.
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.
Neogen has developed a more sensitive version of its quantitative microwell test for total aflatoxin.
Angeon Group has made an undisclosed controlling investment in InstantLabs Medical Diagnostics Corporation Inc.
The global spread of the highly pathogenic avian flu (HPAI) has set the cat among the pigeons in the free-range egg industry.
Canada will permit the sale of fresh and frozen raw ground beef treated with irradiation.
Europeans are consuming dozens of pesticides on a daily basis, say the Pesticide Action Network (PAN), which today marked 12 years of "inaction and failure" in the EU’s attempts to...
Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Denmark.
An increase in Salmonella Chester cases each summer could point to persistent sources of contamination in Morocco and other West African countries, according to researchers.
Fraunhofer and Döhler are working together to develop a microbiological detection method based on microfluidics.
Yarok Technology Transfer’s method to detect E. coli and Listeria monocytogenes in leafy vegetables has been validated by an Israeli microbiology lab.
Official data has shown that one fifth of all packed food items sold in the southern state of Kerala are either adulterated or misbranded.
Citing an uptick in multi-state foodborne illness outbreaks and their high cost to consumers and manufacturers alike, the Government Accountability Office reiterates its 40-year argument for a single, unified food...
To understand the food safety and quality landscape we sent a Q+A to several companies in industry to discuss highlights of 2016 and to predict what this year could bring.
FoodQualityNews will be reporting live from two major industry events in the next few weeks - The GFSI Global Food Safety Conference and Pittcon.
Outbreaks such as Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) illustrate continued challenges to epidemic preparedness and the ability to identify and mitigate emerging pathogens, according to Metabiota.
Eurofins GeneScan has received AFNOR NF certification for four Listeria kits.
3M Food Safety’s molecular detection assays for Listeria, Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella have been backed by NF Validation from AFNOR Certification.
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