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Application note: A protocol for the use of Nalgene Analytical Filter Funnels and Cellulose Nitrate Membranes in recovery of microorganisms during environmental and/or quality testing
Filtration is a common practice in water quality and/or food and beverage testing. The critical considerations when establishing a filtration protocol are flow rate of the liquid tested and microbial recovery rate.
New Food hears from the British Soft Drinks Association's Director General, Gavin Partington, as he defends the use of aspartame following criticism from two food safety experts last week.
After successfully reducing sugar content in drinks, UNESDA, which represents the soft drinks industry in Europe, says that a more holistic approach to solving the obesity crisis is needed.
An alcohol-free drinks brand shares its concerns over UK's plans to raise ABV limit for low alcohol and alcohol-free beverages, suggesting it will be damaging for the sector.
The impact of COVID-19 is shining a spotlight on the health and safety of employees in the food industry. According to Anna Overton from S&P Global Ratings, as stakeholders place increasing importance on such social factors, this could induce lasting change to how companies in the sector approach their workers’…
The St James' Gate Brewery has told customers not to consume its new alcohol free stout amidst fears of a microbiological contamination during production.
New Food’s Editor interviews former international rugby player, Charlie Simpson-Daniel, who, alongside his brother, has launched three food and drink ranges.
A back and forth battle of tariffs has seen exports of spirits and wine plummet on both sides of the Atlantic, while coalition demands a rethink.
In an interview with New Food’s Editor, Bethan Grylls, Bombay Sapphire’s Master Distiller Dr Anne Brock explains how the renowned drink has stood the test of time, and the exciting gin trends and innovations coming to market.