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Quantum Foods installs High Pressure Pasteurization System
By FBR Staff Writer
Quantum Foods, a further-processor of proteins, has announced that it has installed High Pressure Pasteurization System (HPP), which protects against harmful bacteria without affecting a protein's taste, texture, appearance or nutritional value.
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Primaira, ETA to sell fresh produce preservation products in Australia
By FBR Staff Writer
Primaira has entered into a reseller agreement with Environmental Technologies Australia (ETA) under which, ETA will sell Primaira's fresh produce preservation and shelf life extension products in Australia, New Zealand and nearby Pacific Islands.
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Researchers develop new technique to identify GM crops
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers from Lumora, a UK-based molecular diagnostics company, have developed a new technique to identify monitor genetically modified (GM) crops at low concentration.
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Chinese scientists create genetically modified lamb with healthy fat
By FBR Staff Writer
Chinese scientists have cloned a genetically modified (GM) sheep which contains a good type of fat, which naturally occurs in seeds, nuts, fish and leafy greens and helps lower the risk of heart attacks.
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Reading Bakery Systems develops continuous mixing technology
Reading Bakery Systems, a US-based technology company, has developed a continuous mixing technology for snack crackers.
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UK food manufacturing industry offers secure employment: Survey
By FBR Staff Writer
According to the Harris Barometer Survey conducted by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF), 45% of the people agreed that a career in the UK food manufacturing industry offers stable and secure employment.
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FDA proposes regulation to evaluate nanotechnology in food
By FBR Staff Writer
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing that food companies which are seeking to include tiny engineered particles in their packaging should provide extra testing data to prove that the products are safe.
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PepsiCo to install Siemens reuse solution to lower fresh water consumption
By FBR Staff Writer
American food and beverage company PepsiCo is installing an integrated reuse solution from Siemens Industry Automation Division at its snack food production facility in Santiago, Chile.
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Nepal to use mobile lab to test food adulteration
By FBR Staff Writer
Nepal's Department of Food Technology and Quality Control is set to operate a mobile lab to start on-the-spot-test of consumer goods in the country, in an effort to control adulterated food.
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Canadian scientists to conduct research on seed sorting technology
By FBR Staff Writer
Scientists at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), Canada, are conducting a research on a Swedish seed sorting technology, in order to increase crop value.
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Monsanto’s genetically modified maize safe for environment: EFSA report
By FBR Staff Writer
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has released a report, stating that the Monsanto’s MON810 genetically modified maize - an insect resistant strain of maize, does not cause any adverse effects on the environment, human and animal health.
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Suzumo launches sushi making machine
By FBR Staff Writer
Japanese company Suzumo has launched its sushi-making machine, which is capable of making 300 medium-sized sushi rolls per hour.
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DuPont opens $40m plant genetics research facility in US
By FBR Staff Writer
DuPont, a science-based products and services company, has opened a $40m plant genetics research facility in Johnston, Iowa, in the US, as a part of its plan to increase agricultural productivity and ensure food security worldwide.
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Functional Technologies to divest non-core assets
By FBR Staff Writer
Functional Technologies has signed a Letter of Intent to divest its subsidiaries, Phyterra Bio and Maritime Pulse Drying, as well as the early stage technology and property assets of these subsidiaries, in a management purchase by the president of the company, Garth Greenham, and its chief scientific officer, Michael Horne.
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New technique enables consumers to spice up meals with vitamins
By FBR Staff Writer
A food scientist from Purdue University, US, has developed a new method to encapsulate nutritional supplements in food-based products, a technique which can enable consumers to sprinkle antioxidants, vitamins and other beneficial compounds on their meals.
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