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Issue 5 2018
Ioana Lock and Rosario Romero explain how consumers’ need to rely on safe products can be achieved through effective management of allergens throughout the supply chain.
What’s the link between a hurricane and an innovative drinks company? From bottled water, to flavoured drinks and now its own interpretation of the UK’s current favourite tipple, the One brand has always had altruism at its heart, as the New Food team reports.
When the Minister of Health announced at the end of last year that South Africa was in the midst of a listeriosis outbreak, the source was still unknown and the country ill-prepared for such a devastating crisis. In the first of a two-part feature, Dr Lucia Anelich shares her expert perspective.
In your role as a food producer, you’re sure to face questions from the public, especially in the wake of recent high-profile cases of contamination, recalls and mislabelling. The UK’s IFST has produced information to pass on to customers, outlined here.
Commercialisation of fresh sugarcane juice is restricted by the immediate deterioration that occurs after its extraction. Jyoti Nishad reports on new scientific techniques she has been using in a bid to solve the problem.
When it comes to beer, the better the water quality, the better the end result – which is why successful blending is so important to the process. Egon Huefner outlines the procedure at traditional Swiss brewers, Eggers.