References for article (Issue 5 2020) in which Erich Leitner and Bernhard Ringer explain importance of sulphur compounds in roasted coffee.
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Andy Muirhead, ALS Microbiology, explains how to choose the most appropriate microbiological specification for your specific product.
Tables: Pioneering new validation studies to facilitate the adoption of advanced solutions in food microbiology through MicroVal Certification
The ISO 16140 standard set the benchmark for method validation in food microbiology, but alternative methods and situations in which they are used present issues that are not suitably covered in its current published scope. Following on from their article in issue 5, Benjamin Diep and colleagues outline how the…
Antimicrobial substances can enter the food chain through soil creating a potential risk to human health. Xiaowei Liu explains how antibiotics can be detected quickly and reliably in vegetables using QuEChERS and liquid chromatography mass spectrometry.
In a world where ingredients must work hard to earn their place at the discerning consumer’s table, Francesc Ventura-Coll, Business Development and Engineer Manager at Mondelēz International, highlights why firm favourites such as honey and chocolate deserve to stay.
In an era that is waging war on sugar, a range of companies has started to experiment with sugar alternatives. Jackie Bowen explores.
References for 'Challenges in probiotic dairy-based beverages' in New Food issue 5 2019.
References for 'Mycotoxin prevention' in New Food issue 5 2019.
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15 May 2017 | By New Food
Diana Salih, Nutrition Graduate, Nestlé UK.