The World Health Organization (WHO) is seeking experts to advise work in the future of food safety and the establishment of a global taskforce on food safety.
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Presented by Dr Andy Grady, Market Manager for NDC Technologies, this webinar will discuss making critical measurements in the process, how imperative these measurements are, and what they can do for you and your product.
The method uses ultra-sound assisted cloud-point extraction and dispersive micro-solid phase extraction to quickly identify trace metals in some vegetables and water.
The campus will combine food production facilities with shared utilities, amenities and services, and aims to act as a global hub for innovative, sustainable food manufacturing.
The platform aims to step up global action on food loss and waste ahead of the first International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste.
Neil Giles, Marketing Communications Manager, Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, explains how packaged food manufacturers can measure the efficiency of their production lines by knowing the difference between Total Cost of Ownership and Total Delivered Cost.
During the coronavirus pandemic, food fraud has been on the rise – but this is just the beginning, warns Professor Chris Elliott.
PepsiCo's Chris Daly discusses how the multinational food and beverage corporation is finding innovative ways to tackle long-term sustainability challenges and create more environmentally-friendly processes.
The chicken nuggets will reportedly be as close as possible in both taste and appearance to the original KFC product, while being more environmentally friendly to produce than ordinary meat.
The nine projects to receive funding are applying big data, artificial intelligence and robotics to UK farming, with the aim of establishing a more efficient system of food production that cuts costs and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
Cambridge scientists, working with seafood manufacturers, have developed a microencapsulation technology to supercharge shellfish and optimise nutrient content for human consumption.