Seward, a leader in sample preparation for microbiological analyses, has launched the first paddle blender bag that can also be autoclaved, reducing plastic waste in food microbiology testing processes by up to 50%.
Eagle’s newly-available detector technology captures a greater amount of information about the food product being inspected.
Wild game specialist Wild and Game is celebrating achieving an AA rating from BRCGS – a coveted and stringent food safety standard – for the second year running.
Gosh! Food recently appointed Kemtile to design and install a new hygienic flooring and drainage system at its new multi-million pound manufacturing facility in Buckinghamshire.
Building upon its recent launch of paprika and turmeric authenticity tests, Northern Ireland based Bia Analytical Ltd now offers an additional three new tests for garlic, cumin and ginger.
In the new webinar, Kerry food protection and preservation experts outline the issues and challenges involved in protecting the freshness and taste of plant-based meat products through clean label solutions.
A joint project between SwissDeCode, Microbion, IATA CSIC and the University of Helsinki is looking for food corporates to test its new digital certification platform in real industry settings.
This Food Allergy Awareness Week (10-16 May), Bureau Veritas is asking businesses to put the spotlight on allergen labelling and employee training to ensure safety of customers with food allergies.
Fortress Technology has expanded its new range of intelligent inspection systems for food manufacturers developing IoT lines, including an XL version for bulk applications.
3M Food Safety has been awarded a contract from the US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) for Campylobacter detection within poultry.