University of California engineers have developed a method to detect counterfeit or adulterated food and drugs just by looking at them.
Arla Foods Ingredients' long-term strategy, 'Safely delivering the wonders of whey', highlights the measures it takes to fulfil its duty of care to customers.
The Bacharach MGS-400 Gas Detection Series is used for commercial and industrial refrigerant and gas leak detection.
Designed for integrated use with the ProtoCOL 3 colony counter, the Ames software module facilitates rapid production of consistent count and ratio data from Ames test plates and is suitable for use in regulated toxicology testing laboratories.
Dr Ulrich Nehring explained how the use of PVC seals in jar closures poses a safety risk to baby food in glass packaging, and discusses safer alternatives.
Proseal's ProTest seal quality testing system enables food manufacturers and processors to determine the suitable seal and peel strength for individual products.
Eriez conducts magnet audits for food manufacturing companies across Australia, using procedures and documentation recommended by HACCP International.
The Mecmesin range of force and torque measuring solutions provides optimum testing performance and evaluation options.
Hyperion hyperspectral imaging systems from Camlin Photonics make repeatable hyperspectral measurements that are adaptable to a variety of processes and applications.
Bacharach has introduced the MGS-400 Gas Detection Series for commercial and industrial refrigerant and gas leak detection applications.
A computer program developed at Cornell University could help food safety professionals keep production facilities free of foodborne pathogens.
Every year millions of tons of food are thrown into the garbage even though the food is still absolutely edible. However, a solution may be in sight.
CDR has developed a method for the determination of lactose content in lactose-free dairy products in 10 min with the analysis system CDR FoodLab for milk and dairy products.
Conventional laboratory-based testing approaches of raw chicken are too slow and can no longer meet the demands of today's large-scale food production.
A CSIRO-developed Cybertongue that can rapidly detect lactose and spoilt milk has just been licensed to start-up PPB Technology.