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Issue 2 2018

 

QA/QC In-Depth Focus 2018

25 April 2018 | By

In this In-Depth Focus, Tania Portolés looks at how experts can expand the detection and quantification of contaminants in food samples and David Stadler and Rudolf Krska discuss the impact of lot-to-lot variation’s use on determining the accuracy of a multi-mycotoxin assay.

Country Profile: United Kingdom – Issue 2 – 2018

13 April 2018 | By

In this edition Phil Britton looks at the current picture within the UK potato sector in terms of market share, product diversification and breeding developments and Nick Allen of the British Meat Processors Association looks at what manufacturers can do to protect themselves in the wake of high-profile product recalls.

Food-Grade Lubricants In-Depth Focus 2018

10 April 2018 | By

Lubricants are vital in mechanised food production – but what are the food-grade regulatory requirements and how can you be sure that you have the product to meet them? NSF International’s Stephanie Ludwig has some answers. Industry expert Andreas Adam explains the significance of food-grade lubricants and highlights their value…

Meat use-by dates: an exercise in both risk and crisis management

10 April 2018 | By

Recent high-profile product recalls and withdrawals have shaken the confidence of retail buyers and consumers alike. To complicate matters, there has been considerable confusion when trying to distinguish between failures to follow guidance (which can be remedied) and serious, fraudulent or criminal activity. Nick Allen looks at what processors and…

Issue #2 2018 – Digital Version

6 April 2018 | By

In this issue; Food Fraud 2018: getting to the heart of the matter at New Food’s global conference, QA/QCs – new approaches in the field of method validation and testing of contaminants, and catering for the less-sweet tooth and healthier palate through innovative reformulation