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Ioana Lock and Rosario Romero explain how consumers’ need to rely on safe products can be achieved through effective management of allergens throughout the supply chain.
Elea SmoothCut™ enhances snack processing, saves up to 90% water and energy while a smooth cut of tubers lead to less feathering
28 November 2018 | By Elea GmbH
With over 120 installed systems, Elea is the world’s leading provider of Pulsed Electric Field systems (PEF) to the food, beverage & scientific sectors.
28 November 2018 | By Professor Chris Elliott
Herbs and spices are things to be enjoyed. They add colour, flavour and aroma to so many of the dishes we like to eat. There are also numerous reports regarding the health benefits of these ingredients: claims that they are anti-diabetese, increase brain function and boost our immune systems to…
28 November 2018 | By New Food
The corporate communications director of Nestle has announced that the company is running out of places to stockpile frozen and chilled goods...
26 November 2018 | By New Food
The water crisis in Pakistan has lead to a huge dam crowdfunding campaign with leading politicians, celebrities and overseas Pakistanis helping the cause.
21 November 2018 | By New Food
A recent report has shown how the vast majority of the public support the government in tackling the high content of sugar and calories in foods...
21 November 2018 | By Jyoti Nishad
Commercialisation of fresh sugarcane juice is restricted by the immediate deterioration that occurs after its extraction. Jyoti Nishad reports on new scientific techniques she has been using in a bid to solve the problem.
19 November 2018 | By Egon Huefner
When it comes to beer, the better the water quality, the better the end result – which is why successful blending is so important to the process. Egon Huefner outlines the procedure at traditional Swiss brewers, Eggers.
9 November 2018 | By New Food
This week’s recall roundup from the UK and North America includes failure to mention milk content on labels and potential salmonella contamination.
5 November 2018 | By New Food
Researchers from Europe and the USA have discovered how zinc can protect against oxidative stress - a main reason for low life expectancy.