These are all the posts that have been tagged with bacteria.
Healthy baked goods brand Modern Baker has received a £763,000 grant from Innovate UK to lead a two-year research and development project into improving the nutritional quality of bread.
According to a report compiled by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), cases of Salmonella Enteritidis acquired in the EU have increased in humans by 3% since 2014.
Food Matters Live kicked off in London, UK today, bringing together the food and drink industry, retailers, foodservice providers, government and those working in nutrition.
As part of its commitment to educate the public about food science and technology, the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) has launched what will become a series of Food Science Fact Sheets providing information on key food science topics.
Infants, children, pregnant women and elderly people can now safely eat raw or lightly cooked eggs that are produced under the British Lion Code of Practice, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) says.
Manufacturer of natural products and extracts Ransom Naturals has been working closely with membrane filtration specialist Axium Process to develop a mobile Atex zone one rated membrane filtration system.
According to a report from Stericycle ExpertSolutions, recalls of chicken and other poultry meats are at their highest level since 2002, just as it was revealed that chicken has overtaken red meat as the most popular meat in Britain.
Ozo Innovations has announced the application of eloclear by fogging to improve packhouse hygiene.
Microbial growth due to contaminated water or ingredients can cause discolouration, off flavours and shortened shelf life.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
DuPont Nutrition & Health and Healthspan have collaborated to develop Super 50 Pro, Healthspan’s most advanced live bacteria supplement.
Investigations by University of Leicester microbiologists have revealed that just a small amount of damage to salad leaves can stimulate the presence of the food poisoning bug Salmonella in ready-prepared salad leaves.
The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published a systematic review of the available evidence on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in food.
Neogen has developed a simplified, sensitive method to detect both Listeria spp. and Listeria monocytogenes utilising only one sample enrichment broth and one agar plate. Neogen’s new NF-certified One Broth One Plate workflow can be used to test all food and environmental samples, and provides results in as little as 48 hours — with enhanced […]