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Fasting champion Michael Mosley asks IFST audience: when it comes to public health, why skew the science?
3 July 2018 | By Mandy Parrett
Mosley's lecture targeted misinformation passed down to the public, touching upon instances of media skewing scientific studies to bolster headlines and the lack of evidence supporting the long-running war on fat.
26 June 2018 | By Romer Labs
Lorraine Crowley and Ronan Gormley of University College, Dublin, Ireland, report the outcomes of tests on the omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) content of raw farmed salmon samples purchased in retail outlets over a six-month period, with emphasis on eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) acids.
14 June 2018 | By New Food
In this issue, Simon Wood takes an in-depth look at the vital role LIMS play within laboratory testing, while Bernd van der Meulen and Maria Antoinetta Ruggiero evaluate the current picture regarding food irradiation and discuss the direction in which they’d like to see legislation move within the EU.
Summer is the season of al fresco dining and many caterers will be looking to take advantage of this taste for fresh air. George Hand, Sales Manager for Cleaning, Hygiene and Catering at Office Depot, tells us how food businesses that choose to venture boldly outdoors can avoid coming to…
7 June 2018 | By New Food
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new set of EU rules governing how a company manages, protects and administers personal data. Whether you are a subscriber, author, advertiser or supplier to our journal, we may hold information about you and we need to keep it private and secure.
23 May 2018 | By Anna Lambert (New Food)
The Vivera Veggie Steak, made from wheat and soy, has enjoyed widespread press coverage this week on the back of news that 400 branches of Tesco have begun stocking it. But with the growth in the UK veggie ready-made sector meaning a flood of products to market, what's new about…
1 May 2018 | By Dr Lizhe Wang, Biomaterial Scientist and Dr Joe P. Kerry, Head of the Food Packaging Group, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences, University College Cork
As traditional food packaging materials show shortcomings in terms of their environmental pollution impact and in their manufacturing requirements for non-renewable resources, the need for alternative packaging materials and packaging formats is now required more than ever.
25 April 2018 | By New Food
In this In-Depth Focus, Tania Portolés looks at how experts can expand the detection and quantification of contaminants in food samples and David Stadler and Rudolf Krska discuss the impact of lot-to-lot variation’s use on determining the accuracy of a multi-mycotoxin assay.