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Trending now: food grade lubricants

11 December 2019 | By

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.

The rise of the meat-mimicking market

10 December 2019 | By

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.

Contamination with food grade lubricants

9 December 2019 | By

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.

North America’s potential potato shrinkflation

4 December 2019 | By

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 and sprouted brown rice

4 December 2019 | By

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.

Biotechnology advances in controlling mycotoxins

3 December 2019 | By

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.

Sampling for mycotoxins in grain

2 December 2019 | By

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.