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- An Overview of Novel Processing Technologies for the Food Industry
- By Evangelia Komitopoulou, Ph.D.
Novel processing technologies such as high-pressure processing, pulsed electric field and cold plasma are thought to be among the most promising of novel technologies.
- Increased Safety and Traceability throughout the Supply Chain Drive Business Value
- By Ishan Palit
A survey shows that consumers are more discerning than ever when it comes to food safety, and they are increasingly aware of food safety dangers and recalls.
- Reducing Contamination Risks of Compressed Air in Food Plants: Benchmarking Good Manufacturing Practices
- By Lee Scott
Published Good Manufacturing Practices are benchmarked to compressed air use in a food processing facility.
- The Danger of Chloramphenicol in Milk
- By Mauricio Splendore, Chris Kellogg and Rohan
Chloramphenicol is a chemical contaminant of food with dire consequences; therefore, its detection is critical, especially in milk, to prevent toxicity in children.
- Big Data Changes Food Traceability at the Loading Dock
- By Eric Breen
Yard and dock management systems allow easy oversight of your facility and can be a cost-effective means to increase productivity.
- How Prevention-Based Safety Chain Management Technology Increases Compliance Efficiencies
- By Barbara Levin
How prevention-based safety chain management technology saves time, saves money and increases compliance efficiencies
- The Four Pillars that Will Transform the Food and Beverage Industry
- By Colin Thurston
Agile food and beverage companies must rest on a platform that is supported by four pillars: integration, innovation, automation and business intelligence.
- Packaging Line Improvements Keep Craft Brewer Focused on the Future
- By Standard-Knapp
Improvements in food package integrity can be realized by employing innovative packaging line modules.
- Horsemeat Contamination Impacts Sales and Exposes Food Chain Fragility
- By Ron Wacker, Ph.D.
Food authentication issues expose vulnerabilities of the supply chain to adulteration events.
- Your Equipment Partner Needs an Effective Food Safety Culture Too
- By Steve Blackowiak
Equipment manufacturers must have a collaborative, internal culture with a shared focus on food safety to successfully deliver cost-effective, hygienically designed equipment.
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