These are all the posts that have been tagged with safety.
Campden BRI recently welcomed a delegation of senior officials from the China Food and Drug Administration.
At the Fachpack exhibition (25-27 September in Nuremberg, Germany) UV system manufacturer IST Metz will be presenting a product portfolio of UV lamp and LED solutions for the finishing of packaging.
Europeans continue to eat food that is largely free of pesticide residues or which contains levels of residues within legal limits, according to latest monitoring figures from the European Food Safety Authority.
Metal packaging hygiene product MySip, is seeking a business partner to help place its product onto the market.
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Nestlé has announced changes that further strengthen its research and development operations.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has launched National Food Safety Week, with the focus this year being on the work of FSA staff and thousands of others across the food supply chain working behind-the-scenes to ensure that food is safe and what it says it is.
According to Sagentia, a Science Group company, reducing the amount of plastic waste generated by the food and beverage industry requires a cohesive approach that openly acknowledges the complexity of the issue.
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.