A recent study from the University of Illinois assessed the protein quality of various meats, finding that both expensive cuts of meat contain equally highly digestible amino acids as cheaper processed meat products.
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This webinar will present the audience with an overview of the microbiological challenges the Dairy and Chocolate industry face when manufacturing low moisture foods.
Swedish organisation Axfoundation has developed a document designed to ensure responsible animal husbandry and reduce the unnecessary use of antibiotics in livestock.
Looking to improve lab productivity, transfer methods across global sites and implement enhanced testing protocols? Tune in to New Food’s webinar in association with Waters Corporation.
When it comes to testing edible oils, most will rely on chromatography or wet chemical methods. Looking to improve productivity and reduce cost, Lesieur adopted a different approach; New Food’s Editor, Bethan Grylls finds out more.
On-Demand Webinar: A Tasty Pairing: Keeping meat products safe with the 6470B LC/TQ and the Comprehensive Veterinary Drug Workflow solution
To protect public health, organizational bodies have set strict maximum residue limits for veterinary drugs found in foods of animal origin.
After obtaining ISO 17025 accreditation of its quality control laboratory, Yannick Bichot of Bio-Rad outlines the process, the challenges and the benefits – including an interview with two key participants.
On-Demand Webinar: Common Pitfalls in Cannabis Lab Testing – What You Should Know and How To Avoid Them
There are several misconceptions and challenges associated with cannabis laboratory testing space.
David Tomas of Merck discusses how ISO standards relating to microbiology affect food testing laboratories and the benefits this can reap in an insightful interview.
XENON is the world leader in Pulsed Light technology for a wide variety of food safety, nutrient enhancement and research applications.
Food analysis presents many difficult challenges for the analytical chemist.