At the University of Otago, Elea pulsed electric field processing equipment will be put to test for large-scale French fries production.
Both the FDA and the USDA agencies believe they should be the one to regulate high-tech, cell-cultured meat start-ups producing 'clean meat'.
The most comprehensive audit of prawn pathogens in aquaculture ever undertaken will aid Australia in minimising any biosecurity threats.
A regular cause of traveller's diarrhoea for those visiting developing countries, Cyclospora cayetanensis is increasingly causing disease in the US.
Raw materials like grains are often high in vitamins and health-promoting phenolic compounds but processing can rob the final product of these nutrients.
Fonterra Edgecumbe is commissioning a new butter line in response to global demand for butter.
For Oji Fibre Solutions, energy efficiency was top of mind in building its new green star-rated corrugated cardboard packaging manufacturing facility.
While current training for food safety and sanitation usually incorporates high-technology presentations, such as videos and slide shows, there is still a need for low-tech approaches.
Even though the death rate in the listeriosis outbreak was 27%, it still took officials over a year to identiy the source of the foodborne disease outbreak.
JBT Corporation has launched the next generation of the Fresh'n Squeeze Multi Fruit Juicer that delivers a faster, more attractive and easy-to-operate version of the classic system.
A new way to give cheddar the right colour ditches waste.