The upcoming LGC webinar will be based on the recent food fraud whitepaper Food Fraud Prevention Strategy – A global perspective on testing, monitoring, and verification, written by Dr John Spinks.
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With dynamically changing trends and more and more players entering plant-based dairy alternatives market differentiation is becoming a key.
Mobile and advanced analysing tools for in-process testing, R&D, and quality control of sugar.
There is an increasing demand for reassurance of the origin and integrity of wine along the value chain from the vineyards to the point of sale.
The extensive use of pesticides in agriculture has led to the demand for comprehensive and sensitive analytical techniques to achieve lower limits of quantification.
XENON is the world leader in Pulsed Light technology for a wide variety of food safety, nutrient enhancement and research applications.
This webinar will present the audience with an overview of the microbiological challenges the Dairy and Chocolate industry face when manufacturing low moisture foods.
Food, beverage and dietary supplement manufacturers add vitamins to their products either as part of mandatory fortification programs, or voluntarily to provide a nutritional benefit to consumers.
A growing number of food producers have digital systems in place for track and trace, quality management and supply chain management.
One of the biggest challenges in the production of plant -based analogues for meat and fish is the increase of efficiency at lower costs without compromising in texture of the final product.
Food analysis presents many difficult challenges for the analytical chemist.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic AOAC INTERNATIONAL has activated an accelerated program to evaluate test kits for detecting coronavirus on surfaces.
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.
Twenty percent of the world’s food supply is believed to be contaminated by rodents.
Food Safety is a responsibility for all. Working together to overcome the challenges.