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Neogen has developed a test to detect raw pork in meat and environmental samples.
Tetra Pak is using advanced analytics to predict potential problems instead of reacting to them.
Soylent is voluntarily recalling 890 boxes of its Soylent 1.8 powder because it may contain undeclared milk, says the company, which had hoped to stay out of the spotlight after...
Companies will tackle food safety and supply chain quality in the future through cross functional teams that use specialist knowledge and integrate risk identification and management across operations, according to...
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.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has temporarily removed a number of Houmous products from its stores due to a ‘taste issue’.
Shanghai’s food watchdog has been clamping down on the sale of wanghong—or food endorsed by high-profile bloggers and celebrities on the internet.
In its latest cleanup of its food facility registration database, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has culled an eye-opening 28% of existing registrations. The biggest drops happened in overseas...
Nearly 26 million litres of fake alcohol has been seized as part of an INTERPOL-Europol operation.
Kimberly-Clark Professional has launched an industrial cloth and a system that uses behavioural science to improve worker hand hygiene.
Fiji has proposed a project to support irradiation to help increase exports of fruits and vegetables to international markets.
Australia and the US have signed a bilateral food safety recognition agreement after five years of work.
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.
To understand the food safety and quality landscape we sent a Q+A to several companies to discuss highlights of 2016 and to predict what this year could bring.
McCain Foods USA has recalled hash browns that may be contaminated with golf ball materials.
Changes in use of tests that diagnose foodborne illness pose challenges to monitoring and disease prevention, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Frito-Lay is recalling some potato chips in the US and Canada due to possible Salmonella in the seasoning.
A worldwide ban on transshipment of cargo on high seas maybe the only answer to endemic environmental and human rights abuses in the seafood supply chain, despite an inevitable rise...
Vicam has launched a lateral flow strip test for detection of ochratoxin A in green coffee and wheat.
Element Materials Technology is to acquire Exova Group for £620m (€741m).
Ingredients used in a brownie mix as part of a Conagra Brands meal may be contaminated with Salmonella.
Ametek has agreed to acquire Mocon for $182m, with the deal expected to close in Q2, 2017.
Food alerts have been made by USA, England, Australia, Canada, Netherlands, Italy, Finland, Belgium, Croatia and France.
A biotech company is developing a microfluidic system to provide on-site food safety testing with its first prototype expected by the end of this year.
Using connected devices to help mitigate risk in pest management is a critical part of food safety, according to Rentokil Initial.
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