Shares of Surebeam, the US provider of electronic beam food safety
systems, yesterday soared more than 30 per cent after the company
won its latest grocery contract amid concern over meat safety
following several US outbreaks of food-borne...
European Commissioner for Research Philippe Busquin has issued a
thinly veiled attack on opponents to 'new technologies' in Europe,
warning that European competitiveness in agriculture could be
harmed through 'through...
All Member States must fully and swiftly implement the 1998
European Directive on the legal protection of biotechnological
inventions or Europe will fall behind its competitors in this
crucial sector - so the European Commission warned...
The European Commission releases results of an investigative report
into the use and labelling of food irradiation in Europe today.
Findings reveal that out of more than 6500 food samples checked for
irradiation, 1.5 per cent were...
US food companies can seek federal approval to avoid using the word
"irradiation" on labels of foods treated with the disease-killing
process, and instead use language such as "cold pasteurisation,"
the US Food...
The UK's fears about GM foods, and the insistence of the government
that GM trials should continue - highlighted by the publication of
the Consumers' Association report which we also report on today -
are shared by the Swiss...
Last week FoodProductionDaily.com reported about some
interesting research work into packaging design at the Delft
University of Technology in the Netherlands. Roland ten
Klooster believes he has come up with solutions to make food...
After several months of testing US University of Georgia
researchers recently confirmed the effectiveness of a new product,
FreshTech, designed to control bacterial growth and extend shelf
life in food service coolers.
Interactive, a US-based company that holds the rights to light
based scanners used to inspect meat for microbial contamination, is
increasing production of its small, hand-held version of the