Statistical quality control solutions play a major role

Optimize Food Packaging Applications

For operations that fill their products at a fast pace, there are many elements to consider to protect your business, including: How can I reduce filling costs? How can I ensure compliance? How can I reduce my risk for contamination? Statistical quality control solutions play a major role in meeting these requirements, as well as…

The food and beverage industry is subject to regulations

Food and Beverage Analysis Guide

Titration is a widely used analytical technique for the routine analysis of food and beverages. Using automated systems can take the speed and quality of titrimetric analyses an extra step further. The Food and Beverage Analysis guide gives you detailed descriptions of selected automated analyses via potentiometric and Karl Fischer titration as well as combined…


Food Fraud – When Foods are Being Adulterated

The number of cases of food fraud is constantly increasing. In the following article TÜV NORD CERT informs about the updated food industry standards and offers profiling opportunities for reliable producers. Food Fraud – What does it mean? Food Fraud means “conscious and intentional exchange, incorrect labelling, adulteration or imitations of food, raw materials, ingredients…



ARABLAB is an annual show for the global laboratory & analytical industry. The event is opening its doors from 12 – 14 March 2019 in the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai. ARABLAB showcases the latest technology, More than 1,000 exhibitors and 10,000 visitors are expected to join the event. Numerous of seminars covering…


Understanding The Differences Between HACCP and HARPC

The similarities between HACCP and HARPC include the requirement for conducting a hazard analysis, implementing controls, monitoring and corrective actions. However, as this white paper shows, HARPC’s food safety plan requirements are more comprehensive than the traditional HACCP system. Unlike HACCP, Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls (HARPC) is not a global standard, but an…


Cheers To Transparency

What’s In My Beer? In a move to “elevate transparency,” American beer brand Bud Light has announced that beginning in February, it will list beer ingredients and nutritional information on-pack. This will make Bud Light “the first US beer to include comprehensive details for ingredients and serving facts directly on packaging.” Specifically, information listed on the packaging will include:  Ingredients  Serving size  Calories  Total fat,…

Controlling salmonella in your restaurant

Controlling Salmonella In Your Restaurant

According to the CDC in the USA, Salmonella causes far more illnesses than you might suspect. For every person with a Salmonella illness confirmed by a laboratory test, there are about 30 more people with Salmonella illnesses that are not reported. Most people who get food poisoning do not go to a doctor or submit a sample to a laboratory, so we never…


From Plastic to Pasta

When Pasta Straws Save the Oceans But Pose a Potential Risk for People 500 million plastic straws are being used in the U.S. every day. That equates to an average rate of 1.6 straws per person per day. ¹ While individual straws are relatively small, the amount of waste they create really adds up. There…