These are all the posts that have been tagged with food safety.
MeetingPack2017, the international meeting for the packaging sector organised by AIMPLAS and AINIA will analyse in this third edition the great challenges of food packaging and will present the last technological solutions hand in hand with the main experts and companies of the sector. One of these challenges is innovation on barrier materials, crucial in […]
According to a new study, 10% of biscuits for infants and young children surveyed on sale in the UK have high levels of acrylamide, a known carcinogen.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and the Industry Council for research on Packaging and the Environment (INCPEN) has published Packaging for people, planet and profit – sustainability checklist.
Food and drink packaging event Pro2Pac 2017 will return to Excel, London later this month (20-22 March) featuring new debate topics and design concepts.
EFSA has proposed a simplified approach to food safety management in small retail businesses such as grocery shops, butchers and bakeries.
Around 350,000 tonnes of household food waste, worth an estimated £1 billion annually, could be prevented through further changes to key food items in the UK’s shopping aisles, new research shows.
Delegates will gather next week at the City Food Lecture 2017 to discuss the question, does it matter where our food comes from?
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has highlighted the ongoing progress made under the Five-Fold Environmental Ambition (FEA) and taken forward under Ambition 2025, FDF’s new sustainability commitments launched in 2016.
David Wolf, an experienced food safety expert with many years’ experience as a lead BRC auditor and as a second party auditor for major UK food retailers is the new EU technical manager for certification body Cert ID. Here, he discusses middle lane drivers, coal barbeques and the late Terry Pratchett.
Prime minister Theresa May unveiled plans for a ‘hard Brexit’ earlier this week, which, crucially, included plans to leave the single market.
Potato processor Lamb Weston/Meijer has published its sustainability report for 2015/16, proving it’s on target to achieve its sustainability objectives for 2020.
The EHEDG magnetic filter recently introduced by Goudsmit Magnetics is specially designed for the food industry. This hygienic filter is suitable for CIP systems: the magnet can be magnetically operated, without the need to open the filter housing for cleaning. The filter is constructed of Neodymium magnets that provide more effective separation of very small […]
The EHEDG magnetic filter recently introduced by Goudsmit Magnetics is specially designed for the food industry.
The leading pump supplier LDT Dosiertechnik GmbH has added a new Dosatron food line proportional pump to its solutions portfolio. This innovative new offering is specifically designed for use in food and beverage and is provided with FDA certification. It delivers highly reliable and accurate dosing even with fluctuations in flows, to ensure homogenous fluids […]
The leading pump supplier LDT Dosiertechnik GmbH has added a new Dosatron food line proportional pump to its solutions portfolio.