The European Commission has adopted a series of guidelines aimed at
clearly defining what is acceptable in the field of genetically
modified foods - a move that should have significant impacts on
Poultry processors have been warned by a report from the UK Food
Standards Agency which shows that there is a continuing problem
with added water and animal protein in chicken supplied to
restaurants and takeaways.
The European Commission's Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) has
released its opinion on the safety of carrageenan, mainly in
response to work published by Tobacman in October 2001, reports
Reading Scientific Services this week.
Making one's way around the European Commission website is a
challenge at the best of times. CORDIS, the European Commission's
research and development information service, is aiming to make
life easier for scientists with...
Celsis International has said that Nestle's global R&D site in
Konolfingen has invested in the new Celsis CellScan system for
testing its milk and cream based products after its evaluation of
available ATP based testing systems.
For food and beverage companies, testing water samples for the
presence of coliforms is one of the most important preventative
measures in the battle against outbreaks of harmful bacteria. In
response to growing demand for solutions,...
Is the quest for healthier foods affecting quality? Leif Kjærgaard
from Danish ingredients company Danisco suggests food ingredients
quality is much more important than if the food ingredients are
natural or not.
Lock Inspection Systems' 3f triple frequency detector for food
processing applications will be making its first appearance at
Anuga Foodtec this year. The Triple frequency detection is the
latest in several hi-tech features introduced...