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Food Safety supplement 2016

Posted: 30 June 2016 | New Food | 1 comment

In our Food Safety supplement: Phages and the control of bacteria in food; Biofilms – formation and control strategies for the dairy industry; Hygienic Design – how to comply with it from a food manufacturer’s perspective? And much more…

Food Safety supplement 2016

In our Food Safety supplement:

  • Phages and the control of bacteria in food
    Dr J. Andrew Hudson, Head Microbiologist, Fera Science Ltd.
  • Biofilms – formation and control strategies for the dairy industry
    Iqra Yasmin, Dr. Muhammad Saeed, Wahab Ali Khan, National Institute of Food Science and Technology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad
  • Hygienic Design – how to comply with it from a food manufacturer’s perspective?
    Dirk Nikoleiski, Associate Director Product Protection & Hygienic Design, Mondelez International
  • ROUNDTABLE
    Moderated by Dirk Nikoleiski, and with participants from Vikan, Baumer, and Sealed Air
  • EHEDG World Congress SHOW PREVIEW
  • FoodTech Denmark SHOW PREVIEW
  • IAFP SHOW PREVIEW

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One response to “Food Safety supplement 2016”

  1. jose cordeiro says:

    interesting subjects

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