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Freudenberg Sealing introduces new sealing solutions for food industry
By FBR Staff Writer
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies, which offers sealing solutions for the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries, has introduced the newly developed white Simriz compounds to the North American processing industry.
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India to open new food processing park
By FBR Staff Writer
India is set to open a new food processing park in Assam, as a part of its effort to help local entrepreneurs and cultivators of fruits and vegetables to reach out to the consumer market.
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SPX's Flow Technology segment acquires Seital
By FBR Staff Writer
SPX, a US-based technology provider, has announced that its Flow Technology segment has acquired Seital, a leading supplier of disk centrifuges to the global food and beverage, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.
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Blackbird International announces technology contract with Nestle
By FBR Staff Writer
Blackbird International has announced that its subsidiary, Insight Group Technologies has been chosen by Nestle USA's Direct Store Delivery (DSD) Division to complete a comprehensive review of their facility operations and distribution centers by utilizing the DC Expert software suite.
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RCR wins contract to provide steam boiler plant to Fonterra
By FBR Staff Writer
RCR Tomlinson, the Australia-based provider of integrated engineering solutions, has won a A$20m ($21.06m) contract to provide a steam boiler plant for Fonterra's drier 2 project in New Zealand.
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Agilent Technologies, FDA to develop tools to detect food pathogens
By FBR Staff Writer
Agilent Technologies has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to develop new tools to detect and analyze pathogens in food.
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UK government offers £15m to improve food manufacturing
By FBR Staff Writer
The UK government is offering grants of up to £15m for researchers and businesses who could develop ways to transform food manufacturing and reduce waste.
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Park City to launch food supply chain tracking software
By FBR Staff Writer
US-based software service company Park City Group is set to launch its new project - Global Food Registry – an electronic tracking system for food chain businesses.
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Key Technology introduces FoodSafetyPRO for food processors
By Fiona Mactaggart
US-based Key Technology has launched FoodSafetyPRO for food companies which will help them to improve their recordkeeping in accordance with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), Safe Quality Food (SQF) certification, and/or Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certification.
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GCC to unveil new food safety alert system
By FBR Staff Writer
A new rapid alert system is set to be introduced in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) before the end of this year, which can warn government agencies and consumers about food-borne disease outbreak, food contamination, and food recalls, and prevent the spread of food poisoning in the region.
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Altering release profile can help reduce salt levels in snacks: Study
By FBR Staff Writer
Salt levels in crisps and snacks could be lowered without affecting the taste by altering the release profile of salt, according to a new study conducted by researchers at University of Nottingham, UK.
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Microwave treatment can inactivate Salmonella on vegetables
By FBR Staff Writer
Treating vegetables with water-assisted microwave treatments can significantly lower the presence of Salmonella Typhimurium and ensure food safety, according to a new study conducted by the research team from Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico.
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Doehler develops new sweetening system
By FBR Staff Writer
Germany-based natural ingredients provider Doehler has developed a natural sweetening system under the MultiSweet Stevia brand.
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3M and Kraft Foods develop new procedure to ensure meat safety
By FBR Staff Writer
3M Food Safety, US-based provider of food safety solutions for the F&B industry, has teamed up with US-based Kraft Foods to develop a new test for ensuring safety of meats.
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Wright Foods to open food processing plant in Troy
By FBR Staff Writer
US based meat packaging company Wright Foods plans to open a new processing facility in Troy’s business park.
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