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Company presentation and description of our inspection services aimed towards the food industry.
This week’s roundup includes reports of possible salmonella contamination, Listeria monocytogenes, E. coli, and multiple undeclared allergens.
Microplastic (MP) pollution and its impact on marine organisms is a concern for human health, claims new research from the University of Portsmouth.
Food Standards Agency (FSA) Chief Scientific Advisor, Robin May, discusses the newly published ‘Consumer perceptions of genome edited food’ report, ahead of DEFRA’s announcement of next steps for the regulation of genetic technologies.
Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection launches FlashCellTM EMFR load cells for C-Series, setting new standards for speed and precision in checkweighing
Dr Adam Carey, Chairman of ESSNA, explains why sports nutrition products are trustworthy but identifies areas for improvement for the sector.
Bacteriophages could provide the answer to one of the world's biggest food safety concerns, that of Salmonella in chickens, according to researchers from the University of Leicester.
In an upcoming webinar, Jochen Kleboth outlines how to employ audit and compliance data in a streamlined manner to increase food integrity and quality.
Researchers have determined the right amount and combination of sushi to eat based on the study of 100 samples of different types of sushi.
This week's roundup includes multiple undeclared allergens in UK based supermarket chains, as well as reports of products contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in North America.
Scientists from North Carolina State suggest that a deeper understanding of the terms seen on food product labels will create a more positive perception of consumer products