List view / Grid view

Quality analysis & quality control (QA/QC)


Analytical governance in the food industry

22 February 2016 | By Danone and Mérieux NutriSciences

Quality and Food Safety testing are key elements for validation and verification of implementation of control measures and efficiency of food safety systems.

Key Technology introduces the all-new VERYX digital sorting platform

24 September 2015 | By Key Technology

With unprecedented full object surface coverage, multi-sensor data fusion and the highest resolution cameras and laser sensors available on a digital sorter, VERYX achieves new levels of detection and discrimination of foreign material and product defects...

Stancold launch innovative new website

10 September 2015 | By Stancold

Stancold, specialists in temperature controlled hygienic and fire rated areas since 1946, have recently launched an innovative new website truly standing out from the dull, dry and old fashioned websites one normally encounters in the UK construction industry...

NIR hyperspectral imaging for detection of nut contamination

1 September 2015 | By Puneet Mishra, Belén Diezma and Pilar Barreiro, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

‘Nut’ is used to describe a wide range of seeds with a seed coat or shell. Because of high-energy content, micronutrients and positive global health impact, nuts have been present for centuries in human diet. However, over recent decades they have increasingly been found to induce adverse health effects. With…

Sensory Science supplement 2015

30 June 2015 | By New Food magazine

In this supplement: Sensory and analytical relationships in cocoa-based products; improving the sensory characteristics of whole wheat pasta; developing ASTM standards for sensory evaluation; and a preview of the 11th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium...

Mass spectrometry for determining food contamination

23 December 2014 | By Angela Calder, Senior Scientist, Leatherhead Food Research

One of the constant headaches of the food industry is the issue of contamination. This may be as the result of contaminants in the environment or deliberate tampering of food products; the underhand practice of food adulteration is a threat wherever costs can be cut. To identify such deliberate contamination…

Quality Control supplement 2014

23 June 2014 | By

Targeted to untargeted detection of contaminants and foreign bodies in food and feed using NIR spectroscopy, Quantitative determination of taurine in energy drinks by 1H NMR spectroscopy, and Quality Control Roundtable...

Send this to a friend