Food Safety Regulations Series: Singapore

To better understand the food regulatory landscape in Asia, APFI has spoken to law firms that specialise in food law from five different countries across Asia, which include China, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and the Philippines. By Farah Nazurah

Rethinking Food Safety In Dairy

Consumer demand and current market conditions are pushing the industry to dig deep to deliver improved product quality and safety for customers across all food and beverage sectors, including dairy. By Samantha Wong, food technology specialist. Plagued by major product recalls and health scares in recent years, the food and…

All-Seeing X-Ray Is Quality’s Best Friend

X-ray inspection technology’s wide capabilities and flexibility can play a major role in delivering high quality products that enhance and protect brand reputation, says Ciaran Murphy, quality control business manager, Ishida Europe. Brand reputation is hard won and easily lost. Companies invest a great deal of time and effort in…

The Forthcoming Food-Grade Lubricants —You & The Environment

Moving towards business sustainability, companies would have to create economic values by contributing to a safe and healthy environmental system, without compromising and affecting the future generations. By Benjamin Teo, senior technical sales engineer and Nicholas Seow, senior marketing executive, Tecsia Lubricants When it comes to food industry plants, the…

5 Considerations For Selecting Lubricants In Food Processing

Food safety awareness has evolved significantly over recent decades, shifting the focus towards the ingredients and processes used to make foods and beverages. To produce quality products that are safe, the lubricants used in machinery throughout food processing facilities are critical. By Michael Davis, brand & marketing specialist; Amy Shifflett,…

Chemical And Microbiological Testing Methods For Maintaining Food Safety

Preventing foodborne illnesses is a primary responsibility of food manufacturers, and with the advancement of technology, effective chemical and microbiological testing can ensure food safety. By Kok-Yoong Chong, global technical manager for food health and beauty services, Tüv Süd According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), an estimated 600 million…

Food And Beverage Fraud Prevention Using Stable Isotope Fingerprints

In this article, we provide two examples of the use of isotope fingerprints in food and beverage fraud detection and provide an overview of the interpretation of these isotope fingerprints and the technology used. By Christopher Brodie, Oliver Kracht, Dieter Juchelka, Jens Radke and Andreas Hilkert, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany

Aseptic Filling For The Future

  Consumer demands are always evolving. Aseptic filling could be the solution that food and beverages can use to keep up with these changing demands. By Tetra Pak
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