Processing

Detection of added citric acid

26 June, 2006

Citric acid (in various chemical forms) is one of the most widely used additives for fine-tuning acidity in fruit products.


Cheese and cholesterol

19 June, 2006

Australian research shows that cheese is different to butter in the cholesterol stakes. In fact, people can enjoy cheese without harming their blood cholesterol levels.


Benzene in non-alcoholic beverages

15 June, 2006

Overseas agencies have recently reported the presence of benzene in some non-alcoholic beverages.


Dosing and batch formulation system

13 June, 2006 | Supplied by: Matcon Ltd

Matcon, the market-leading provider of Cone Valve IBC systems, has introduced "Flexi-Batch", the high accuracy dosing and batch formulation system to it's product range.


Humidity or humidity/temperature transmitter

13 June, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.dwyer-inst.com.au

Dwyer Instruments, Pty Ltd the source for your complete range of practical and affordable instrumentation, is announcing the release of its new Series RH transmitter.


Beverage bottling on high

12 June, 2006 | Supplied by: Krones (Thailand) Co Ltd

At 5100 m above sea level, a spring wells up from a glacier in the Himalayas, which is bottled by the Tibet Glacier Mineral Water Co


Automating salad layers

12 June, 2006 | Supplied by: Select Packaging Systems Pty Ltd

A prominent British food company supplies a very big supermarket chain in the UK with fresh and convenient salads


“Country of origin” on seafood labels

08 June, 2006

From today (8 June) there will be “country of origin†labels on the seafood displays.


Tests to spot ‘organic’ labelling fraud

19 May, 2006

New tests, developed for the Food Standards Agency by the UK’s Government Central Science Laboratory, were completed last year and have been checked using samples of pork and chicken bought.


New wheats will make an impact

17 May, 2006

About 1800 experimental wheat lines will be available in Australia in the next 18 months and will have a major impact on Queensland’s wheat industry.


Australian milk could improve Chinese standard of living

12 May, 2006

Victoria's expertise in agriculture, dairy, animal husbandry, manufacturing, clean coal technology, services and biotechnology could lead to China becoming the state's top trading partner within the next few years, the Consul-General of the People's Republic of China in Melbourne, Mr Liang Shugen, will told a symposium on Friday 12 May.


Parallel processing

06 May, 2006 | Supplied by: Matcon Ltd

Monexco International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Monde Nissin, the Philippines market leader for the supply of biscuits, noodles and snack foods, has recently awarded Matcon a substantial contract for the supply of a new seasonings plant


Lamb the future fish

03 May, 2006

Scientists are confident that lamb could soon become as important a source of Omega-3 fatty acids as oily fish.


MAP gas analysis

14 April, 2006 | Supplied by: Niche Gas Products

Witt has introduced a low cost version of the Oxybaby V handheld gas measuring system for modified atmosphere food packaging (MAP) analysis.


Water distillation

14 April, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.aquadyne.com.au/

Aqua Dyne Australia has obtained a US patent for its JetWater pressure distillation technology which can be used to recover high purity distilled water from a range of 'wastewater' sources.


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