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17 April 2019 | By New Food Magazine
British Salt has unveiled a number of projects in its 50th anniversary year, including a £7.2 million investment in a new, best-in-class energy efficient boiler plant.
11 April 2019 | By New Food Magazine
Informa’s Agribusiness Intelligence has revealed that pork prices in the U.S. and Western Europe are expected to increase by over 20% and 15% respectively.
4 April 2019 | By Hygiena
Anecdotes from craft brewing booms of the past (c.1997) identify poor quality as a root problem leading to market contraction. While overall quality is shaped by a bevy of factors (ingredients, process, tools, and sheer artistry of the brewmaster), one common element of outstanding craft brewers who survived the bust…
3 April 2019 | By Sciex
In 2004 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) passed a law that describes the requirements for allergen labelling and customer protection (Public law 108 – 282 Title II).
26 March 2019 | By New Food Magazine
Study is first to evaluate Canada’s biggest food and beverage companies based on their policies and commitments to sell healthier products.
15 March 2019 | By New Food
This week's recall roundup consists of contamination with salmonella, listeria and clostridium, and food ingredients labelled in different languages.
4 March 2019 | By GERSTEL
Food product flavours are routinely monitored for quality, authenticity, and safety. Analysis may also be necessary due to off flavour or odour complaints. Aroma and flavour profiles are unique and consist of a large number of compounds spanning a wide range of concentrations, polarities, and functional groups and complicating the…
1 March 2019 | By New Food
Mário Gadanho of SGS Molecular explains how next-generation sequencing could be a vital method of automatically detecting food fraud.