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A new study has reported that over two million tons of fat filled milk powder was consumed globally in 2018 and that will increase by 5.1% in 2019.
Eagle Product Inspection to Display Advanced Detection and Fat Analysis Solutions at InspeccionaLIVE in Barcelona
For the first time, Eagle Product Inspection will show its advanced inspection capabilities in Spain, during the inspeccionaLIVE event, 20 November-22 November in Barcelona at the Hotel Porta Fira.
Researchers from the University of Guelph found that crude oil exposure is toxic to the hearts of fish, and could impair their migration habits.
Determination of quality parameters of crude palm oil using near-infrared spectroscopy and multivariate analysis
Edible oils are an integral part of human diets; being used in virtually all types of culinary practices...
It came like a hard slap to the face for most people in the developed world. How could horsemeat end up in the human food supply chain? Sure, stories about food fraud and contamination in the developing world seem commonplace. The infamous melamine milk scandal of 2008 sickened hundreds of…
Along with minimising food waste, with a better design the new packaging will have improved consumer satisfaction and comfort.
Manufacturers wanting to remove palm oil from their cakes without sacrificing product quality now have a compelling alternative in the form of a fast and efficient, palm-free powdered emulsifier system...
Analysis of aroma compounds in edible oils by direct Thermal Desorption GC/MS using slitted microvials
The determination of aroma compounds in edible oils (olive oil, sunflower oil, fish oil etc.) is important for manufacturers and vendors of these products. Especially off-flavors / off-flavours derived from unsaturated fatty acid degradation such as, for example, hexanal, 2-(E)-nonenal and 2,4-(E,E)-decadienal are of interest. These compounds can compromise the…
Fully automated determination of 3-MCPD and Glycidol in edible oils by GC/MS based on the commonly used methods ISO 18363-1, AOCS Cd 29c-13, and DGF C-VI 18 (10)
3-MCPD and Glycidol and especially their fatty acid esters are process contaminants that are formed, for example, when edible oils and fats are refined. At least some of the above-mentioned substances are classified as potential human carcinogens, a fact which has prompted the introduction of rules and regulations that specify…
Orange whey is not considered commercially viable so cheddar makers often waste it. The new method could bring a welcome chunk of revenue back into the producer's pocket.
The three-month industry trial is supported by Potatoes New Zealand and is in collaboration between Elea (Germany) and the University of Otago.