Solving a contamination crisis with the right tech

Don't get caught without the right tech in a contamination crisis, it is typically not a matter of ‘if' it will happen, but ‘when'

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Multi-state outbreak of salmonella linked to Kelloggs

The FDA is advising consumers to avoid eating and discard any Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, regardless of size or sell ...

Fipronil found in eggs from the Netherlands

Insecticide contamination scandal as Germany recalls 73,000 organic eggs

Greif completes multimillion-euro investment in new IBC facility

The industrial packaging products and services specialist has announced the opening of its intermediate bulk container ...

Clean steam — a powerful ingredient!

Food and drink manufacturers spend countless sums experimenting with new ingredients to improve product taste, yet ...

Food contamination fears if Brexit deal not agreed

The Local Government Association has warned a failure to protect access to key intelligence post Brexit, will weaken ...

Opinion: Blockchain to the rescue

Investigations on E. coli outbreaks in North America are yet to identify the root cause. Could blockchain traceability ...

Microbiologists put a question mark over chlorine washing

Researchers at Southampton University have found that chlorine washing of chicken is not sufficient to remove food ...

Scientists levitate water droplets to improve contaminant detection

In a new study, published in the journal Optics Letter, researchers have shown that using sound waves can improve the ...

Opinion: IoT and predictive analytics can help reduce food recalls

Big Data can help reduce food recalls, if companies can harness it. Karl Deily, president of Food Care at Sealed Air, ...

Electrolysed water solutions as a disinfection option

The EU Biocidal Products Regulation will see some disinfection products withdrawn soon from the market. Envirolyte ...

Semiconductor turns winemaker

Hiroshi Matsuzaka, CEO of former semiconductor plant in Japan, deploys ISO Class 5 cleanroom technology to winemaking

Researchers develop new technique for rapid food testing

The new safety test for foodborne pathogens is based on a novel type of liquid droplet that can bind to bacterial ...

H20-ganics develops fresh produce facility with cleanroom technology

Hydroponic specialist has created a method to produce clean grown salads and herb products all year round in the UK

Food allergen screening method by SCIEX receives AOAC classification

Newest test uses liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry to analyse food products by detecting ...