To find out more about the use of lubricants in certified organic facilities, Jaclyn Bowen spoke with Doug Currier, Technical Director of OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute), to gain his insight.
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Erica Colson, EMEA Food Sector Propositions Manager at the British Standards Institute (BSI), explores whether a lack of supply chain collaboration is the cause of food product recalls and food safety violations.
Orsi Dézsi, Business Unit Manager of Nonfood Compounds & Food Contact Materials at NSF International, explores some of the trends in the food grade lubricants arena as manufacturers look to reduce risk.
Alejandro Marangoni, Professor at the University of Guelph, explains how the viscosity of a lubricant can have both positive and negative implications, and looks to how this is best controlled and managed.
The pasteurization of milk is said to carry benefits, such as the prevention of pathogens, but some argue that the process destroys key benefits in milk. Here, Chris Elliott, Javier Lou Franco and Joost Nelis from Queen's University Belfast discuss.
To gain an understanding of how and why the meat-mimicking market is predicted to continue to grow, New Food’s Sam Mehmet spoke with Naked Glory’s Alison Lees about the rise of the flexitarian and plant-based movements.
Sibao Liu, Sunitha Sadula and Dionisios G. Vlachos, academics from the University of Delaware, discuss how safety, environmental and sustainability concerns have driven the growth of the bio-lubricant industry, and how innovative approaches have looked to overcome these challenges.
Lubricants can be directly incorporated into food through leakage from gearboxes, seals and shafts. However, Denis Treacy of Culture Compass Ltd explains how there are further routes that contamination can occur.
Andre Adam, from FRAGOL AG, gives his insight into how food producers should incorporate food grade lubricants into their safety and hazard assessments in order to reduce the risk of food contamination.
A cold and wet autumn has negatively impacted crop yields among potato farmers in North America, and concerns amongst processors are growing. Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, from Dalhousie University, explores the potential consequences and how the shrinkflation of fries and chips is a possibility.
Food intolerances are considered to be more widespread than food allergies worldwide. Here, Franco Vessio, Co-Founder of MozzaRisella, explores how brown rice offers a food tolerance-suitable solution, as well as provides balanced nutritional value.
Mycotoxin control is still considered an issue, especially in developing countries. Here, Navneeta Kaul, member of PreScouter’s global scholar network, reviews biotechnology approaches to control and mitigate mycotoxin contamination.
Improper sampling can lead to a variability in mycotoxin analysis, decreasing the accuracy and precision. Here, Kerri Pleskach from the Grain Research Laboratory at the Canadian Grain Commission explains how well thought out sampling procedures can mitigate the issue.
Ahead of Food Integrity 2020, New Food spoke to Dr Gavin Milligan about how innovative new products, lifestyle changes and better-quality information can all contribute to meeting sustainability goals.
Mycotoxins are responsible for millions of human deaths each year and may be more present than one thinks, but how can the food and beverage industry, as well as consumers, avoid contact with these toxic organic compounds? Kate Harveston takes a look...