Andre Adam, from FRAGOL AG, gives his insight into how food producers should incorporate food grade lubricants into their safety and hazard assessments in order to reduce the risk of food contamination.
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Andrew J Gravelle, Alejandro Marangoni and Saeed M Ghazani from the University of Guelph explore food lubricants and the next steps to create green, truly food-grade greases.
By adding grease interceptor waste (GIW) in with wastewater sludge, utilities can allegedly produce more methane, designed to make the entire operation more efficient.
What are the biggest challenges in the lubricant industry right now and how can legislation ensure food safety? Andre Adam shares his expert insight.
Orsi Dézsi, Business Unit Manager of Nonfood Compounds & Food Contact Materials at NSF International, explains the context of the regulations, standards and trends around food-grade lubricants and why they should be considered a valuable part of your food safety strategy, rather than a tick box issue.
This In-Depth Focus features an overview of the global food grade lubricant market and a look at how the Basque Country is preserving its prized tuna fishing industry.
Mayank Sharma offers an overview of the global food grade lubricant market, points out recent developments and highlights key factors that will impact its future growth.
People are becoming more and more health conscious throughout the world. Smoking is slowly becoming a thing of the past and people - especially millenials and Generation Z - are consuming less alcohol, eating more healthily and exercising more.
Just like an engine, the array of equipment involved in food production needs to be lubricated to remain safe and working in optimal condition.
Food-grade lubricants refer to lubricants that are used to maintain the food processing machinery, i.e. it protects the tools and machines from wear and tear. However, since many of them come into direct contact with food, these lubricants used in these types of machinery need to be different from the…