Using plant ingredients for aquaculture feeds may not be as beneficial for the environment as first thought, according to new research.
Australian meat producers are calling for political parties to cut red tape and energy costs, after a report revealed they have significantly higher operating costs than their international competitors.
Michigan State University researchers have obtained a better understanding of the natural insect resistance of wild tomato plants, which could help reduce the use of pesticides.
The Thermo Scientific TriPlus 500 is suitable for food safety scientists performing volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis.
The Bürkert Type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is suitable for measurement and control as well dosing processes.
A new learning system developed by MIT researchers improves robots' abilities to mould materials into target shapes and make predictions about interacting with solid objects and liquids.
Designed for handling fluids which are sensitive, abrasive and either high or low viscosity, the Alfa Laval Twin Screw Pump is suitable for use in hygienic applications in the dairy, food and beverage, and personal care industries.
A US study measured nitrogen in wastewater from local cheesemaking and vegetable processing with interesting results.
The introduction of the new FSMA Act and the tightening of industry standards is forcing food manufacturers to be more proactive in reducing their food safety and product security risks.