Will Munro from Food Standards Scotland and Silvia Gratz from The Rowett Institute present a review of a workshop held in 2018, which aimed to capture views from different stakeholders on the current state of mycotoxin monitoring in Scotland and beyond, and identify potential areas of concern.
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Rob Chester, Managing Director of Food at NSF International in the UK, considers how much progress we have made with technology, specifically blockchain, for food safety in the last year and advises that we need to stop talking the talk and start walking the walk...
12 February 2019 | By New Food
This In-Depth Focus features an overview of the global food grade lubricant market and a look at how the Basque Country is preserving its prized tuna fishing industry.
11 February 2019 | By New Food
Quincy Lissaur of not-for-profit organisation SSAFE explains why food safety should never be an after-thought in food business mergers and acquisitions. Navneeta Kaul and Paula Hock look at recent technologies to extend food shelf life, without compromising on quality or flavour.
17 January 2019 | By New Food
The Nestlé Quality Assurance Center in Dublin, Ohio, USA is regarded as setting industry standards when it comes to state-of-the-art facilities and technical sophistication. Here, Zone AMS NQAC head, Fabien Robert, tells New Food about the centre’s work and plans for the future.
3 January 2019 | By Fabien Robert
The Nestlé Quality Assurance Center in Dublin, Ohio, USA, is regarded as setting industry standards when it comes to state-of-the-art facilities and sophistication. Here, Zone AMS NQAC head, Robert Fabien, tells New Food about the centre’s work and plans for the future
3 January 2019 | By Erin Crowley
Time is often the most critical factor in food microbiology laboratories, so the ability of MALDI-TOF MS to quickly and accurately confirm and identify microbes is invaluable in routine testing, as Erin Crowley explains.
3 January 2019 | By Divakar Kolhe
With the clean-label drive showing no evidence of slowing down, confection and chocolate manufacturers are adapting to a changing market. Environmental concerns, health concerns and sustainability may be priorities for today’s consumers, but flavour and innovation have never been more important. Divakar Kolhe from Future Market Insights reports on the…
3 January 2019 | By Andy Green
As the popularity of palm oil continues to grow, so does the controversy surrounding it - at time of writing, the furore over the banned Iceland supermarket/Greenpeace TV advertisement in the UK continues. Andy Green discusses how the supply chain can help to make the world’s most consumed vegetable oil…
2 January 2019 | By John Quilter
With more consumers turning to functional foods and beverages for digestive health benefits, product manufacturers have a massive opportunity to create probiotic products that go beyond traditional applications. John Quilter explores the potential.
19 December 2018 | By Sarah-Jane Reilly
Nutrigenomics is the scientific study of the genetic differences in human response to the bioactive compounds or nutrients in food. Dietitian Sarah-Jane Reilly outlines how research in this area is driving developments within the food industry,and considers how nutrigenomic foods might carve a path to consumers.
19 December 2018 | By Associate Professor Shao-Quan Liu
Okara (soybean pulp) and soy whey are by-products of the manufacture of foodstuffs made from soybeans; typically, soymilk and tofu (soybean curd). Globally, over four million metric tons of okara are generated on an annual basis as a result of soymilk and tofu production. Associate Professor Shao-Quan Liu and colleagues…