A Primer on the Differences between Metal Detection and X-ray Technologies For decades, product inspection for food has incorporated two main technologies: Metal Detection (MD) and X-ray (XR). Both technologies have been integrated into quality control protocols for food manufacturers around the world. Through the years there have been enhancements to both technologies to improve…Details
The Ultimate Sugar Content Determination guide reviews different methods of sugar content determination using refractometry, density, titration, spectrophotometry and moisture analyzers, depending on the product and requirements. In today’s largely consumed sweetened foods and beverages, sugar concentration ranges from very low to high depending on the purpose of its addition. The exact sugar content is…Details
Find your method to match the results of the drying oven This document offers ready-to-use methods for a selection of samples and provides guidance on how to develop a method for your specific sample to match the results of the drying oven. Begin to save valuable time whilst ensuring reliable moisture results and compliance to…Details
Salt is an essential ingredient in many processed foods and therefore the salt content of products often needs to be determined as accurately as possible.
This guide will give you insights into the different methods of salt determination, e.g. titration, loss on drying. It also includes insights into the determination of the salt content in selected food items and some tips and hints on how to improve measurement techniques for easier working procedures and more accurate results.
Meat, poultry and seafood manufacturers face many pressures on their production lines. Maintaining a hygienic production area, adhering to stringent regulations and standards and maximizing uptime are just some of the key challenges in the industry. Having a robust metal detection program in place can help relieve some of these pressures. Here we look at the top five challenges that meat, poultry and seafood manufacturers face, and how these can be overcome whilst efficiency.Details
ProFood Tech is North America’s most comprehensive food and beverage processing event. This biennial event is returning from 26 – 28 March 2019 and will open its doors at McCormick Place, Chicago. ProFood Tech offers a full range of food and beverage processing solutions. Increase your knowledge by visiting free educational seminars and expand your…Details
Global Food Safety Conference 2019 Emerging Challenges & the Future of Food Safety The GFSI Conference (25-28 Feb 2019, Nice, France) is the industry’s annual meeting for the advancement of food safety and consumer trust worldwide. Gathering over 1,000 leaders and decision-makers from 60 countries, it is a unique opportunity to get in touch with…Details
Each year over 5,000 injuries in food and drink manufacturing are reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the UK alone. Although this figure is high, workplace injuries in this industry have almost halved since the ‘A Recipe for Safety’ initiative was introduced in 1990. Whilst this is a considerable improvement, the food and drink manufacturing sector still has a lot to do to reduce injury rates in the manufacturing sector as a whole.Details
Optimizing Workplaces and Workflows The successful implementation of ‘Lean Manufacturing’ in several fields has inspired many businesses to adopt this model in laboratories as well. This checklist is an easy approach to help you develop your lab into a Lean LAB. A Lean Laboratory approach can deliver significantly increased productivity, reduced lead times, lower costs,…Details