New Food decided to speak exclusively to Julie Ashmore, CSci FIFST at IFST with respect to the issues we face regarding foodborne Campylobacteriosis.
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Researchers from the University of Seville show that steaming fish eliminates more cyanotoxins than boiling it
Argentinian honey producers are crediting a new test developed by scientists at Randox Food Diagnostics for dramatically improving its quality.
Using this very high quality genome, scientists from INRA-France were able to conduct epigenetic studies focused on the transmission of information independently of the apple DNA sequence.
5 June 2017 | By Dr Grace O’Gorman | Technical Policy Assistant | NOAH
Consumers are increasingly driven to understand more about the food they eat and its quality is often reliant on the responsible use of animal medicines.
3 June 2017 | By Peter Bray | Managing Director | Airborne Honey Ltd
Airborne Honey has been owned and operated by the Bray family in South Canterbury for generations. It is one of the world’s most scientifically advanced honey companies with a deep practical knowledge of varietal characteristics...
31 May 2017 | By Vittorio Silano | Medical School | II University of Rome Tor Vergata
Vittorio Silano, esteemed Italian academic, reviews the EFSA methodology for safety assessment of botanicals and botanical preparations intended for use as ingredients in food supplements...
Yiping Chen and Ruth Fowler of the Institute of Life and Earth Sciences at Heriot-Watt University offer their insight.
Julie Larson Bricher, EHEDG Contributing Writer, interviews Jon Kold, Chairman of EHEDG Working Group Conveyor Systems.
25 May 2017 | By GLOBALG.A.P.
A risk assessment tool for farmers with GLOBALG.A.P. Certification for banana production...
Food fraud is everywhere. Dr. Neil Sharma, Head of Research and Product Development at InstantLabs, argues that it is by improving testing accuracy and frequency that we can help to stamp it out....
10 May 2017 | By Roy Manuell | Junior Editor
Food Fraud 2017 highlighted just how serious an issue food fraud has become. It's organised, criminal and widespread, but there are solutions that we must explore...