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Europe: IP, compliance important in natural ingredients, Frutarom tells FNI

Frutarom Switzerland Ltd. Health Business Unit has named Dr Matthias H. Kreuter as its new global chief scientific officer (CSO) from January 1, 2015. Dr...

Americas: Egypt to create food security systems to store grain

Global food security company Blumberg Grain and the Government of Egypt are developing reportedly one of the world's largest integrated food security systems for...

Europe: XL Group launches insurance solution for product contamination coverage

XL Group has launched its integrated insurance solution developed specifically for the food and beverage (F&B) industry. Designed to respond to multiple risk exposures, the...

Americas: Purdue University showcases food safety technologies

Purdue University food safety researchers have developed a number of patented available technologies through the Office of Technology Commercialization that could provide more secure,...

Europe: More knowledge needed to ensure safe use of botanicals in food

The challenges related to assessing the safety of botanicals in foods and food supplements and regulating their use were highlighted at a conference held...

Americas: Arrayit, USDA partner on food safety detection system

Arrayit Corporation has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement or CRADA with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), where the company and the...

Europe: EFSA confirms most food in EU is within legal limits of pesticide residues

More than 97% of all samples analyzed as part of the latest Europe-wide monitoring program of pesticides in foods contain residue levels that fall...

Europe: Danish fruit, vegetables found to contain fewer pesticide residues than imports

Danish fruits and vegetables continue to contain fewer pesticide residues than imported produce. The residues from more than one pesticide in the same sample are...

Europe: EU rolls out new labeling rules

The new EU food labeling rules that came into effect this month will ensure that consumers receive clearer, more comprehensive and accurate information on...

Americas: Researchers create sensors to detect gases, pollutants

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) chemists have devised a new way to wirelessly detect hazardous gases and environmental pollutants, using a simple sensor that...
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