Issue #6 2017 – Digital Version

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In this issue: managing the impact of Brexit, food regulation across cultural and geographic borders, In-Depth Focuses on fresh produce, meat & poultry and confectionery, and much more…

New Food magazine issue 6 2017
  • LEADER’S SERIES: New Year’s resolutions for managing Brexit
    Helen Munday, Chief Scientific Officer, Food and Drink Federation
  • EXPERT VIEW: Keeping cool under pressure
    Alessandro Di Maio, Industrial Product Technical Advisor at ExxonMobil
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Meat & Poultry
  • REGULATION & LEGISLATION: Food legal diversity – harmonising across cultural divides?
    Bernd van der Meulen, Wageningen University
  • NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: Identifying consumer preference segments in NPD
    Alex Baverstock, JinHo Cho and Josef Zach, IPSOS
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Fresh Produce
  • APPLICATION NOTE: Edible oil oxidation monitoring with the microESR
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Confectionery
  • APPLICATION NOTE: Foreign body investigations
    Reading Scientific Services
  • COUNTRY PROFILE: United Kingdom
  • APPLICATION NOTE: Sensitive method for the determination of Fipronil and its metabolite Fipronil sulfone in egg using QuEChERS sample pretreatment and LC-MS/MS detection [LCMS-8060]

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