Choosing the perfect laboratory to collaborate with is a difficult decision. Here, Nestlé’s Fabien Robert and Amy Bethel explain the key factors to look for.
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Issue 4 2019
How to pick the perfect testing laboratory for agro feed and food testing: Claude Charreteur, Manager & Project Manager & Business Developer at Neovia Group, explores.
Customers expect food to be safe, of high quality, and to match the description on its packaging. If a food product falls short, word gets out quickly. As such, selecting the right testing process is imperative. Here, Brad Stawick of SGS North America, discusses how to choose between an in-house or…
Dr Trevor Lorman, Senior Director of Quality Assurance at Mérieux NutriSciences, explains the best way to build a global laboratory quality management programme.
Dr Helina Marshall discusses the far-reaching significance of the microbiome and highlights the impact of antimicrobials in food production.
The present industrialised, global food economy and futures market is unsustainable, but it has inspired some new ways of thinking that affect the way we produce, distribute, buy, eat and dispose of food. Food technology specialist Vincent Walsh explains the changes we are seeing and what opportunities exist to facilitate…
Gordon Polson, Chief Executive of the Federation of Bakers, outlines the association’s responsibilities and how it is addressing some of the industry’s most prevalent issues.
There are many reasons why food quality, safety and traceability screening is important, from supporting product labelling, to combatting food fraud and ensuring foodstuffs are safe for human consumption. Here, New Food hears from an industry expert about some of the techniques currently in play designed to combat the fakers.
Chris Elliott, Professor of Food Safety and Founder of the Institute for Global Food Security, alongside Professor Moira Dean and Postgraduate Research Student, Kelsey Robson, of Queen’s University, Belfast, explore food fraud in parallel supply chains and the consequences of such illegal actions.
Keith Thornhill, Siemens Digital Industries, Head of Food and Beverage, discusses why it is time for manufacturers to embrace the smart factory.