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Food grade lubricants - Articles and news items

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2016

Issue 4 2016, Supplements, Z Homepage Promo  •  18 August 2016  •  New Food

In this supplement: A food industry perspective (Ricardo Luna, Nestlé Product Technology Center); What’s driving the need for registered food grade lubricants (Ashlee Breitner, NSF International); Roundtable…

Food for thought: Food grade lubricants

Issue 4 2016  •  18 August 2016  •  Eduard M. Stempfel, Global Product Manager and Application Specialist, FUCHS LUBRITECH GmbH

Within the FUCHS Group, FUCHS LUBRITECH, based in Kaiserslautern, Germany, is the expert for special application lubricants. A team of more than 500 specialists around the world work to meet the industry needs. Service is a crucial and fundamental component of the offering…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2016

Issue 1 2016, Supplements  •  22 February 2016  •  New Food

In this Food Grade Lubricants supplement: EHEDG guideline provides keys to a well-oiled operation; Change and habits; Industry Roundtable…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2015

Issue 4 2015, Supplements  •  1 September 2015  •  New Food magazine

In this supplement: Rabbi Hillel Royde discusses kosher certification for food grade lubricants, Ashlee Breitner from NSF looks at 360° of safety, and our roundtable discusses contamination risks, regulation, expansion into other markets and allergens…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2015

Issue 1 2015, Supplements  •  9 March 2015  •  New Food magazine

In this Food Grade Lubricants supplement, NSFs Ashlee Breitner looks at Non-food Compound Product Registration 101, plus experts discuss Food Grade Lubricants in our roundtable…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2014

Issue 4 2014, Supplements  •  2 September 2014  •  Ashlee Breitner, Andre Adam Chair

With featured articles from NSF International on the guidelines for segregation within production and from the H1 Global Food Lubricants Workgroup at ELGI on the future of lubricants in food production…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2014

Issue 1 2014, Supplements  •  6 March 2014  •  Ashlee Breitner, Eduard Stempfel

Ashlee Breitner from NSF International explains why the use of ISO 21469 is on the rise, and New Food explains how food grade lubrication certification provides best practice…

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2013

Issue 4 2013, Supplements  •  2 September 2013  •  Ashlee Breitner, Muhammad Munir Chaudry

Avoiding labelling confusion
Ashlee Breitner Business Unit Manager, NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration
Halal certification guidelines for food grade lubricants
Muhammad Munir Chaudry President and Halal Administrator, Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2013

Issue 1 2013, Supplements  •  26 February 2013  •  Dr Hilde Kruse, Helen Bahia, Knuth Lorenzen

Dispelling the myths surrounding food grade lubricants (Sarah Krol, Managing Director, Food Equipment & Nonfood Compounds, NSF International)
Certifying food grade lubricants as halal
(Kamarul Aznam Kamarozaman, Editor, HalalMedia.net)
Food Grade Lubricants Roundtable

Food Grade Lubricants Supplement 2012

Issue 4 2012, Supplements  •  5 September 2012  •  Andre Adam, Pete Martin

H1 food lubricants in the industry (Andre Adam, H1 Global Food Lubricants Workgroup Chair, ELGI3)
The new Food Information Regulation – what impact will it have on your business? (Pete Martin, Head of Trading Law (EMEA) NSF International)

Food Grade Lubricants supplement 2011

Issue 4 2011, Supplements  •  12 September 2011  •  Jessica Evans, Nonfood Compunds Registration Manager, NSF

Reduce chemical hazards in your food processing facility by Jessica Evans, Nonfood Compunds Registration Manager, NSF

Food Grade Lubricants: Invest now, save in the future

Issue 1 2011  •  3 March 2011  •  Jessica Evans, NSF Nonfood Compounds, Registration Manager, NSF

On 4 January 2011, United States President Barack Obama and Congress passed the Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernisation Act into law. This measure reflects a significant change in the United States food safety laws. This legislation mandates preventive measures by growers, processors and distributors, providing for increased inspections and gives the FDA greater regulatory authority. The specific areas of focus will be hazard analysis, validation and ensuring verification systems are in place.

This new U.S. regulation will have far-reaching implications for the global food supply chain. In addition to stricter measures for U.S. processors, the regulation establishes new requirements for labelling, import, supplier qualification programmes and mandatory recall authority.

The DNA of safer lubricants: product and systems certification

Issue 4 2010  •  26 August 2010  •  Sarah Krol, General Manager, NSF Internatinal

For decades, manufacturers, retailers and trade organisations have emphasised voluntary compliance of government food safety standards with a strong focus on product safety. Today, global retailers and manufacturers are working to find common ground with schemes that focus on the quality and effectiveness of the underlying management systems involved in the production of food products.

One question facing food processors today is how will they ensure that the chemical compounds, processing aids and products they procure globally, meet the demands of a robust food safety scheme? In this article, we consider this challenge as it relates specifically to food grade lubricants, an integral component of modern processing technology.

NSF Registration

Issue 1 2010, Past issues  •  22 February 2010  •  Sarah Krol, General Manager, Nonfood Compounds Registration Program, NSF International

The use of food-grade lubricants has revolutionised the food manufacturing process, making it possible to increase productivity, improve food safety and protect metal surfaces from corrosion and wear. They withstand extreme temperatures and can be designed for specialised applications. So what does the future hold for these Titans of the food production process?

How to convert your processing plant to H1 and HT-1 registered food machinery lubricants

Issue 1 2010, Past issues  •  22 February 2010  •  Peter Bird, Marketing Advisor, Food Industry Machinery Lubricants, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties

Recalls of food and beverage products due to contamination concerns have risen significantly over the last decade. Considering that recalled products can be devastating to a brand and potentially harmful to consumers, it is not surprising that the U.S. Food Processing 2008 Annual Manufacturing Trends Survey indi­cated that food and beverage processors’ number one concern is food safety, more so than energy, labour issues or environmental concerns.

This trend extends far beyond the United States, impacting regions all around the world. In today’s current global economic climate, food and beverage processors are under more pressure than ever to ensure the safety of their products, protect their brand reputation, enhance their company’s productivity and expand profit margins in the face of tightening economic times.

 

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