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Fighting food fraud in 2017 will be no easy task. New Food Editor Stephanie Anthony speaks to Dr Diogo Monteiro Senior Lecturer at the Newcastle University for an insight.
In anticipation of Food Fraud 2017, New Food speaks to the University of Portsmouth for its insight into how best to fight food fraud in 2017.
11 April 2017 | By Eoghan Daly (Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP)
In anticipation of Food Fraud 2017, New Food speaks exclusively to Eoghan Daly of Crowe Clark Whitehill about tackling food fraud in the 21st Century.
3 April 2017 | By BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd
5 key questions to ask before making a decision...
Simultaneous screening of over 100 compounds from a single milk sample through the use of InfiniPlex for Milk Array
1 April 2017 | By Randox Food Diagnostics
Drug residues in milk present major concern due to the potential public health and industrial implications. Fast, accurate and reliable screening solutions are needed...
31 March 2017 | By Elhuyar Fundazioa; New Food
Researchers at the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre and the Navarre-based company Anteral S.L. have designed a novel system of sensors to improve quality control in the food sector and based on terahertz technology.
Peter Overbosch formerly Vice President at METRO AG voices his thoughts on the scale and future of the fight against food fraud...
29 March 2017 | By Food Standards Scotland
Food Standards Scotland fully supports report that concludes that Dunsyre Blue cheese was the source of the E. coli O157 outbreak
Gavan Wafer, Head of Crime Operations at the National Food Crime Unit offers his insight into tackling food fraud in the 21st Century.
23 March 2017 | By Empa
A sensor developed at Empa solves this problem. It looks like a piece of fruit and acts like a piece of fruit – but is actually a spy.
23 March 2017 | By Helmholtz Centre For Environmental Research - UFZ
Aquacultures are polluting Chile's rivers and thus salmon stocks with a cocktail of dissolved organic substances...
23 March 2017 | By New Food
Michel Temer, the Brazilian President, aims to reassure foreign trade partners that despite an ongoing corruption scandal scouring the nation, its meat industry will not be affected.