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PerkinElmer launches porcine detection kits for halal food industry
By FBR Staff Writer
PerkinElmer, a US-based company focused in the business areas of human and environmental health, has launched Porcine Detection Kits, a new solution for the rapid detection of porcine meat traces by the halal food certification industry.
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Middleby acquires FR Drake
By FBR Staff Writer
The Middleby Corporation has announced that it has acquired the FR Drake, a leading manufacturer of automated loading systems for the food processing industry, as a part of its effort to strengthen its food processing equipment platform.
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Randox Food unveils Anthelmintics testing platform
By FBR Staff Writer
Randox Food Diagnostics, the UK-based provider of food diagnostic testing, has launched an Anthelmintics testing platform (EV3770), a multi-analyte testing array which can detect the residues of Anthelmintic drugs in animals, to help ensure they are not passed into the human food chain.
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Caresonic launches ultrasonic cleaning equipment for baking tins
By FBR Staff Writer
Caresonic, a UK-based manufacturer of ultrasonic cleaning equipment, has launched a range of machines designed for use in the food manufacturing industry, for the cleaning of baking tins.
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IMCD opens food and nutrition laboratory in Sweden
By FBR Staff Writer
IMCD Nordic, a unit of the IMCD Group, has opened a food and nutrition laboratory in Malmö, Sweden. The new laboratory will offer formulation support to the Nordic food and nutrition customers.
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Researchers develop new technique to reduce salt in desalted cod
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers at Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain have developed a new technique to lower the amount of salt in already desalted cod by 50%, an innovation which can address the food industry's demand for developing low-salt products.
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Tetra Pak launches new sugar-dissolving unit
By FBR Staff Writer
Swedish food processing and packaging company Tetra Pak has launched its new Tetra Albrix unit for sugar dissolving, which can help food manufacturers reduce costs and improve environmental performance.
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Albemarle opens food testing lab in US
By FBR Staff Writer
Albemarle, a US-based manufacturer of highly engineered specialty chemicals, has opened a new Research & Development Microbiology lab in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the US.
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Tetra Pak launches cheddar cheese blockforming unit
By FBR Staff Writer
Swedish food processing and packaging company Tetra Pak has launched Tetra Tebel Blockformer, its new cheddar cheese blockforming unit.
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Functional Technologies signs yeast technology agreement
By FBR Staff Writer
Functional Technologies has announced that it has signed an agreement with a leading European producer of sweet and savoury baked goods, snacks and confectionaries, to evaluate its proprietary acrylamide-preventing (AP) yeast technology.
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Wipro to improve Premier Foods' supply chain
By FBR Staff Writer
UK-based food company Premier Foods has chosen Wipro, an Indian information technology services company, as its strategic technology partner.
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Knoll America launches double spindle pump
By FBR Staff Writer
Knoll America, the US subsidiary of the German company Knoll Maschinenbau, has launched Double Spindle Pump DSP, a pump system for plasticising and pumping viscous food material in solid block form.
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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy could identify food taste: Study
By FBR Staff Writer
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) could be used as a magnetic tongue, to taste food and identify ingredients that are recognised by people as sour, bitter, and sweet, according to a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
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New technology could identify salmonella in food
By FBR Staff Writer
Researchers at University of Pennsylvania and Alabama State University are developing a new biosensor nanotechnology that could determine the presence of salmonella in contaminated food or animals, and control food poisoning outbreaks.
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EnWave signs technology evaluation agreement with Ocean Spray
By FBR Staff Writer
EnWave has announced that it has entered into an Technology Evaluation & License Option Agreement with Ocean Spray Cranberries for the use of EnWave's nutraREV food dehydration technology.
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