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4 February 2019 | By Agilent Technologies
Rice, wheat, and maize are the world’s three leading food crops; together they supply over 40% of all calories consumed by the entire human population. Of these three major crops, rice is the most widely consumed food crop for people in the developing world. It has been estimated that over half…
7 January 2019 | By New Food
Researchers are developing new ways to replace synthetic antioxidants and use natural waste products, such as bran, in preserving healthy food for longer.
4 January 2019 | By New Food
A Cambridge study has stated that consumers need to have easier choices when it come to palm oil, and that the use and publicity of ecolabels could help...
3 January 2019 | By New Food
Industry experts and activists have warned of the negative health effects of nitrites in processed meat, indicating that more could be done to raise public awareness.
20 December 2018 | By Bruker
At QSI, NMR honey profiling is used routinely to detect honey adulteration, particularly the addition of sugar syrups – the most widespread form of honey fraud. Declared botanical variety and geographical origin can also be verified with this technique. In this webinar, Gudrun Beckh (CEO at QSI) will discuss how…
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 Novasina
Hear the word ‘cannabis’ and it’s perhaps an image of spliffs that most readily spring to mind. Things are changing, however. Cannabis products are increasingly promoted in countries or states where consumption of the bi-product CBD is legal.
12 December 2018 | By CEM Corporation
Moisture analysis plays a critical role throughout the snack food manufacturing process, from verifying incoming dry ingredients, to final product release. Moisture levels are not only critical to shelf life and flavor of the final product, but can also dramatically affect processing and extrusion characteristics.
12 December 2018 | By Eagle Product Inspection
X-ray inspection systems provide unrivaled performance for contaminant detection. They also perform a wide range of inline quality checks, from determining mass and providing 100% inline checkweighing inspection to assisting manufacturers meet local weights and measures regulations for package weight compliance.