Extreme weather in India and issues with adulteration are causing concern over the supply of turmeric.
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The deadline to adhere to the Food Safety Modernization Act is only a few months away; Astro Pak explains what compliance will mean for the industry.
Dr Helina Marshall discusses the far-reaching significance of the microbiome and highlights the impact of antimicrobials in food production.
The rising number of leisure businesses going bust is continuing food fraud problems, says industry insider, and butchers are paying the price.
There are many reasons why food quality, safety and traceability screening is important, from supporting product labelling, to combatting food fraud and ensuring foodstuffs are safe for human consumption. Here, New Food hears from an industry expert about some of the techniques currently in play designed to combat the fakers.
Scientists have developed a new methodology that could simplify and accelerate the quality control of food.
To help meet the increased demand in testing of anionic polar pesticides, this webinar will provide essential insight into conquering this analysis on a routine UPLC-MS/MS platform.
Mário Gadanho of SGS Molecular explains how next-generation sequencing could be a vital method of automatically detecting food fraud.
New initiative aims to make communication regarding food fraud more precise.
The City Food Lecture 2019 looked at what it will take to secure a thriving food environment for tomorrow's generation.
Rice, wheat, and maize are the world’s three leading food crops; together they supply over 40% of all calories consumed by the entire human population. Of these three major crops, rice is the most widely consumed food crop for people in the developing world. It has been estimated that over half…
Ahead of our Food Fraud 2019 Conference, we interviewed Chairman Professor Chris Elliott about what to expect at this years' event.