Milk itself has a short shelf life but its products like e.g. milk powders enabled the development of a global dairy industry. Today, billions of people around the world consume milk and dairy products on a daily basis. Also – in addition to the ever-growing population – new nutritional trends…
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A new study has looked into the association between the regular consumption of soft drinks and the risk of death.
Thermo Scientific Pesticide Explorer workflow provides food testing laboratories with a robust testing solution for analysing multi-class pesticides.
Researchers from the University of Missouri (MU) have developed a technology which could help food producers to detect Salmonella in raw and ready-to-eat foodstuffs.
A new campaign is saying that vital inspections have plummeted which has resulted in British quality standards being under threat.
Scientists have been able to trace sources of lead (and other metals) by analysing the presence of lead isotopes in honey and Pacific salmon.
Pathogenic bacteria in some apple-packing facilities may be protected by harmless bacteria that are known for their ability to form biofilms.
A new survey by Action on Salt has found that one in four savoury picnic foods are dangerously high in salt.
The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published its final Year 4 report on campylobacter spp. in UK-produced whole fresh chicken, finding a stark contrast between levels of retailer.
The use of genome sequencing in the food industry will lead to the consistently reliable detection of salmonella, according to new research.