These are all the posts that have been tagged with safety.
Supermarkets in the UK are ramping up their efforts to tackle waste, with news this week that Tesco is to scrap some ‘best before’ labels in a bid to reduce food waste, while Morrisons is encouraging customers to bring in their own containers for purchases at its meat and fish counters to tackle plastic waste.
Valio’s new dairy plant in Riihimäki, Finland is said to reduce energy consumption by approximately 30% compared with existing Valio production facilities.
Dr Berwyn Clarke discusses how new insights explain the presence of mycobacteria in retail milk.
A production upgrade has been made by the Petrow Food Group, which has confirmed an investment of £850,000 into a new fruit processing line for its products.
The challenge group appointed to provide scrutiny to the work of the review into meat cutting plants and cold stores have convened for the first time to oversee the progress made so far.
In a recent report published on the impact of Brexit on the processed food and drink sector, the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee says a no-deal would be disastrous for UK exports and must be avoided at all costs.
Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on Shelf Life news.
A major initiative between Bühler and Microsoft has been unveiled at Hannover Messe, aiming to improve grain analysis vital to the food sector.
UK supplier of ingredients Petrow Food Group says that it can now offer unprecedented levels of safety, quality and capacity following an £850,000 investment in a new fruit processing line.
According to a Cranswick report, published in association with sustainability consultant Veris Strategies, growing consumer demand for new levels of transparency are set to disrupt the food industry in the wake of continued food scares.
Daniela Verhaeg explains how food manufacturers can integrate advanced product inspection technologies into their production processes to ensure consistency and repeatability at all times.
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have found that nitrates used in the curing process for processed meats can produce chemicals that cause an increased risk of colorectal cancer.
The Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) is urging UK food science and technology students to take part in its Young Scientist Competition.
Campden BRI has launched ten new research projects that will investigate the latest hot topics in food and drink.