Workers in the food-flavouring manufacturing industry may be at
risk of developing an irreversible type of damage to the lungs,
according to a study presented the American Thoracic Society
International Conference in Atlanta
With 25 years of engineering and development work under his belt
Jim Schak has become such an authority on food drying technology
that he lectures on the subject at university. Here he discusses
the latest trend towards two-stage...
Temperature, air quality, dampness and noise are some of the causes
of the high number of sick days in the seafood processing industry.
The results of a three-year survey of the northern Norway's
processing industry by the University...
Consumer concern in South Africa about the potential seeping of
harmful compounds from PVC plastic into the food which it is
wrapped around has prompted a shake-up in the country's leading
plastics packaging group, Astrapak,...
US company Arca Systems, specialising in plastic returnable transit
packaging (RTP), has recently introduced a new high quality,
perforated container, designed for the distribution and
merchandising of fresh produce.