With a month having passed since Food Integrity Global, Grace Galler reflects on the key takeaways from the two day conference and shares how the sector came together to discuss some of the most prevalent concerns in the industry right now.
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Researchers claim that they have created technology that “accurately measures viable bacteria in food within one hour” rather than the typical two days.
A team of scientists at Koç University have created a “revolutionary” sensor that they claim enables real-time spoilage alerts on food.
Find about the latest recalls in the UK and US, including the presence of Cronobacter sakazakii in infant formula and numerous undeclared allergens.
Application note: Rapid rinse & shoot, screening workflow of pesticides in fruit by GC/MSD in 6 minutes
The Intuvo 9000/5977B GC/MSD system enables rapid screening for pesticides and other contaminants found on the surface of fruits and berries
In this poster, EDGE automated solvent extraction system was evaluated for extraction of 235 pesticides from tomatoes
Ted Combs reveals the importance of managing and using data in the food and beverage sectors in an insightful interview with New Food.
New research from the University of Georgia suggests traditional sampling methods are missing some antimicrobial-resistant strains of harmful bacteria, such as Salmonella.
To ensure that fluctuating sample demands can be met, while providing rapid, accurate results, it’s vital that manufacturers work with a testing facility to create an appropriate food safety plan.