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Practical and Important Food Safety: Don’t Forget About Ice Machines
Practical and Important Food Safety: Don’t Forget About Ice Machines
December 4, 2014
By Ice Machines Plus

The importance of regularly detecting, cleaning and sanitizing ice throughout the food industry.

Preventing Undeclared Food Allergens Using Vision Systems
Preventing Undeclared Food Allergens Using Vision Systems
November 26, 2014
By Mark Schmid

Banner Engineering’s iVu vision sensor provides a high-tech, digital solution for inspecting the presence or absence of specific allergens in foods and product labels.

Enforcing Hand Hygiene: The Pure Hold Hygiene Handle
Enforcing Hand Hygiene: The Pure Hold Hygiene Handle
November 21, 2014
By Pure Hold

Pure Hold’s new Hygiene Handle prevents contaminants from entering food processing and production areas with automated sanitizing gel applied through entry doors.

 

Using Gas and Liquid Chromatography Coupled Tandem Mass Spectrometry Systems for Pesticide Quantification in Exported Fruit and Vegetables
Using Gas and Liquid Chromatography Coupled Tandem Mass Spectrometry Systems for Pesticide Quantification in Exported Fruit and Vegetables
November 19, 2014
By Joe Anacleto, Helen (Qingyu) Sun and Zicheng Wang

A case study by Bruker Daltronics tests for pesticide residue on rice, avocado and spinach using a modified QuEChERS protocol.

Electrolyzed Water: Instilling Confidence in the Future of Food Safety
Electrolyzed Water: Instilling Confidence in the Future of Food Safety
November 5, 2014
By eWater Advantage

eWater does it all, effectively cleaning and sanitizing everything from fruits and vegetables to surfaces, cutting boards, utensils, bathrooms and more.

Natural Foods Are a Lifestyle, Not a Trend, For Many Shoppers
Natural Foods Are a Lifestyle, Not a Trend, For Many Shoppers
October 30, 2014
By Suley Muratoglu

After decades of increasing complexity and processing interventions in food, natural foods advocates are taking things back, and consumers are responding.

Tea Trouble: How Formulations Meet Packaging Needs, Not Consumers’
Tea Trouble: How Formulations Meet Packaging Needs, Not Consumers’
October 27, 2014
By Suley Muratoglu

To meet bottling regulations, much ready-to-drink tea is acidified and sweetened. Yet health-conscious shoppers want premium teas with less sugar. 

Increasing the Efficiency and Accuracy of Pesticide Residue Screening in Food  Using Microfluidic Chromatography and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
Increasing the Efficiency and Accuracy of Pesticide Residue Screening in Food Using Microfluidic Chromatography and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
October 22, 2014
By Waters Corporation

Waters Corporation explores efficient methods in pesticide residue analysis in food.

Cider Maker H.P. Bulmer Speeds Up Profits with Videojet’s 1600 Series High-Utilization Printers
Cider Maker H.P. Bulmer Speeds Up Profits with Videojet’s 1600 Series High-Utilization Printers
October 16, 2014
By Videojet Technologies

H.P. Bulmer’s facility-wide machine upgrade required new and innovative inkjet printing technology that Videojet Technologies seamlessly delivered.

Emerging Risk Identification in the Age of Social Media
Emerging Risk Identification in the Age of Social Media
October 14, 2014
By Adrienne M. Dunham and Forrest M. Hillery

Digital Echo allows companies within the food safety industry to quickly identify online controversies and react proactively, ultimately avoiding a brand damaging social media debacle.

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