These are all the posts that have been tagged with testing.
Earlier this week, I visited the Speciality & Fine Food Fair at Olympia, London, which was a treat for all the senses. I’d heard good things about the show, but with it being my first time, I was keen to speak to exhibitors about their new product developments.
Ferrero’s Tic Tac brand is adding a tropical twist to its flavour-changing Mixers range, Coconut to Pineapple.
Approximately 700,000 contaminated eggs have been imported to the UK from Dutch farms.
US-based Blue Pacific Flavors has opened a new research and development laboratory for natural colours in a move that will double its capabilities in the sector.
Bell Flavours and Fragrances has introduced Sweetech technology as a flavour enhancer alternative for the food and beverage industry.
Heat and Control has introduced a new processing system it says can significantly improve the taste and texture of potato chips.
Mars has announced the recall of its leading chocolate products for sale in the UK and Ireland.
In the first of three articles, Graham Godfrey and The Technology Partnership (TPP) explore advances in sensing and analysis technology and the impact they will have on product quality and verification challenges the food industry faces.
Adding acacia gum to bread improves the shelf life and consumer experience, according to a new study commissioned by Alland & Robert.
CP Kelco has completed the expansion of its Kelcogel gellan gum manufacturing facility in Oklahoma, US.
UK companies have joined forces to form the Gluten-Free Industry Association (GFIA), designed to help ensure high standards and provide consumer confidence in the manufacture of gluten-free products.
Fortress Technology has launched an updated version of its Halo automatic testing technology, designed to strengthen food safety compliance and metal detector system security on processing and packing lines.
Bakery, patisserie and chocolate ingredients company Puratos has opened a €1.5 million ($1.7m) innovation centre at its UK Fringford Mill site in Oxfordshire.
Swiss food giant Nestlé has invested $31 million in expanding its quality assurance centre in the US, which was designed to support the implementation and maintenance of food safety programmes.