Improved process insight, rapid results, together with reliability and ease of use are the benefits claimed for the new At-Line NIR Food Analyzer launched by UK and US based process measurement manufacturers, NDC Infrared Engineering.
A breakthrough non-ionising food defect detection system that identifies the presence of materials in foodstuffs that are normally transparent to X-rays is reliable, fast and versatile, said the UK company behind the development.
A kit to test the authenticity of milk origin for use within the food and beverage industry can be used within the processing facility and has been developed by global gas analyser supplier Picarro in conjunction with US based isotopic analysis firm,...
Lactoperoxidase (LPS) incorporated edible film has good potential for bacterial inhibition use in refrigerated foods as well as meat, poultry and seafood, claims a new study in the journal, Food Microbiology and Safety.
Very few installations have been retrofitted with HFC or topped up with recycled R22, a HCFC refrigerant fluid, with the deadline of 2009 phase-out fast approaching, claims a HFC/CHIC refrigerant manufacturer.
Increasing regulatory and consumer pressure is forcing food and drink processors to reduce the amount of packaging on their products and work towards creating a low carbon economy - can cartons form part of this solution? Jane Byrne reports.
A light-weight polypropylene container with in-mold graphics for point-of-sale differentiation has been developed for the premium end of the North American dairy packaging market, claims its manufacturer.
Tetra Pak's closer collaboration with engineering firm ABB will
enable customers to benefit from shorter lead times in the
implementation of Tetra PlantMaster plant automation solutions and
provide the company with opportunities...