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By SGS Consumer Testing Services
During Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) annual meeting, attended by 170 countries, the European Union and 30 international governmental and non-governmental organizations had set a maximum standard for arsenic in rice.

By Detectamet Ltd
Detectamet’s new stapleless staplers secure up to 8 pages to reduce the use staples in food production. This reduces the risk of metal contamination of food as demanded by several own brand marketing companies and retailers.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, (914) 740-2156, vcohn@liebertpub.com Antimicrobial Preservation Strategies to Prevent Food Contamination Described in Industrial Biotechnology Journal New Rochelle, NY—Food spoiling and poisoning caused by microbial contamination...

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
On 3 December 2013, European Union (EU) Commission Recommendation 2011/516/EU (1) was replaced by Commission Recommendation 2013/711/EU (2).

By Detectamet Ltd
Packaging causes 34% of physical contamination of food. Detectamet’s new stretch wrap reduces this risk because it is metal detectable.

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
Common pathogens like Salmonella spp., Echerichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes and Campylobacter spp., traditionally associated with animal products, are increasingly entering the food chain through contaminated fruit and vegetable products.

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By SGS Consumer Testing Services
During Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) annual meeting, attended by 170 countries, the European Union and 30 international governmental and non-governmental organizations had set a maximum standard for arsenic in rice.

By Detectamet Ltd
Detectamet’s new stapleless staplers secure up to 8 pages to reduce the use staples in food production. This reduces the risk of metal contamination of food as demanded by several own brand marketing companies and retailers.

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
Most of the major world governments and organizations, such as the World Health Organization have studied the effects of heavy metals, primarily lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic on human health.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, (914) 740-2156, vcohn@liebertpub.com Antimicrobial Preservation Strategies to Prevent Food Contamination Described in Industrial Biotechnology Journal New Rochelle, NY—Food spoiling and poisoning caused by microbial contamination...

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
On 3 December 2013, European Union (EU) Commission Recommendation 2011/516/EU (1) was replaced by Commission Recommendation 2013/711/EU (2).

By Detectamet Ltd
Packaging causes 34% of physical contamination of food. Detectamet’s new stretch wrap reduces this risk because it is metal detectable.

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
Common pathogens like Salmonella spp., Echerichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes and Campylobacter spp., traditionally associated with animal products, are increasingly entering the food chain through contaminated fruit and vegetable products.

By Detectamet Limited
The Detectamet ID tag allows small traces of label and tag fragments to be detected and rejected during the food production process. By using them in a food factory the risk of food contamination is much reduced.

By Restaurant Expert Witness
From hosting our weddings, anniversaries, and reunions to doling out roughly 78 million food-borne illnesses and 3,000 deaths, restaurants and bars can be dangerous places.

By Advanced Inspection Services
Advanced Inspection Services provide a specialist x-ray detection service to help protect your brand's integrity when a potential contamination problem arises.

By SGS Consumer Testing Services
Foodborne viral outbreaks are ever present in the media spotlight. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reported that viral agents were responsible for 11.9% of the foodborne outbreaks in the European Union (EU) during 2007.

By James Cook
The Taiwan Department of Health (DOH) revealed that an industrial chemical intended to soften plastic packaging was being used as an ingredient by the food industry.

By Howard Cannon
In light of the recent cantaloupe-related illnesses, consumers and restaurant patrons are nervous and more focused on food safety.

By R Steadman
Be ready for that next natural disaster. One of the essentials is clean drinking water and we have the best bulk water storage system that will give you the deinking water you need, when you need it.

By American Conference Institute
Leading Government Officials and Litigation Counsel to Speak at ACI Food-Borne Illness Litigation Conference

By ENVIROTECHGroup
ENVIROTECH Group President Jeffrey Klein announced case study results showing that an Ohio grocery store realized a 60% annual reduction in fresh food inventory shrikage after installation of their commercial food service air purification equipment.

By Anderson Grogen, Sr., CEO for eProduce
Next Version Software, LLC, developer of eProduce, fresh produce business process management and tracking software, meets ISO GS1 compliance requirements as mandated by CPMA, PMA and United Fresh Produce Traceability Initiative Committee.



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