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Issue 5, 2018

22 October 2018 | By

This issue looks at the listeriosis outbreak in South Africa and how such tragedies can be prevented in the future, the meat curing process, and ethical drinking.

Product inspection – a must for meat

10 October 2018 | By

Neil Giles, a product inspection specialist with Mettler Toledo, looks at the vital importance of product inspection in the meat and poultry industry and the benefits that advanced inspection systems can offer manufacturers in terms of productivity, protection and quality.

Taking care of the land and the herd

27 September 2018 | By

Brian Sapp, Director of Operations at White Oak Pastures, a 150-year-old multigenerational family farm, tells New Food how this South Georgia business employs production processes that cooperate with nature to produce artisan products.

Food fraud fighters go high tech

19 September 2018 | By

It came like a hard slap to the face for most people in the developed world. How could horsemeat end up in the human food supply chain? Sure, stories about food fraud and contamination in the developing world seem commonplace. The infamous melamine milk scandal of 2008 sickened hundreds of…

Drug residues in the global food market

18 September 2018 | By

The potential presence of drug residue contaminants in products destined for human consumption is of increasing importance within the industry, but what are the main challenges posed by this issue? Daniel Hughes has some answers.