Baby food is a sector where even the suspicion that a product may...
Baby food is a sector where even the suspicion that a product may be contaminated can cause immense damage to the reputation of a competitor – and indeed prove equally devastating to its sales. Therefore, the news that the world’s second-largest dairy company, Lactalis, has been ordered to recall its formula worldwide and desist from further sales of the product is little short of a disaster.
Industrial metal detectors can bring important benefits to the production line for food, non-food, and pharmaceutical applications.
A Spirax Sarco steam trap management contract is projected to save AB World Foods 236t of CO2 a year, for the next three years.
To ensure products stand out amongst their competition, brands are finding new ways to differentiate themselves. Sonia Sharma finds out more.
A new study conducted by the UK's Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) at Queen Mary University of London has revealed that certain popular branded sausages exceed the recommended daily salt limit.
GRIMME Group has joined forces with TOMRA to integrate TOMRA Field Potato Sorter (FPS) into the RH Combi to create the GRIMME PowerCombi solution.
With vegetarianism and veganism on the rise, how has the nut sector been affected?
In recent years, sales of summer fruits such as raspberries and blueberries have soared, in part due to the liquidiser revolution. Gadgets like the NutriBullet have meant that people are finding new ways to consume their fruit and veg. However a lesser known berry – the gooseberry – has now been used in clinical trials to prove its reduction in cardiovascular diseases.
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