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Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D. has been named by President John Anderson as the new director and vice president of the National Center for Food Safety and Technology at Illinois Institute of Technology.
Anaheim will play host to IFTs Annual Meeting and Food Expo June 6-9.
Food plants are fertile ground for product contamination from tiny microbes to terrorists. You need a plan that extends beyond HACCP.
Are warnings for acrylamide in foods informative, premature or preempted?
On obesity, food safety, 'questionable' ingredients, the industry can do a better job of tactfully defending itself; the key is transparency.
Natural Health Science Inc. presents pycnogenol for use in certain food and beverage applications.
ConAgra Foods' Healthy Choice Café Steamers recognized for technology and innovation
New rules allowing the use of food claims before comprehensive FDA review and approval put greater obligation on manufacturers. While the relaxed regulation is a boon for the food and dietary supplement industry, creating a flood of foods with all kinds of health-benefit claims, understanding the...
Nestle SA "pioneers a new industry between food and pharma."
Move over drug advertising. Consumer groups are urging the Food and Drug Administration to step up regulation of food marketing.
Philip Nelson, the Scholle Chair professor in food processing at Purdue University, last month was named winner of the World Food Prize for his contributions to food processing and preservation.
The National Center for Food Safety and Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology have formed a new HPP working group to drive forward scientific advances and commercial applications for the food and beverage industry.
The National Center for Food Safety and Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology presented their 2010 NCFST Award to Daniel G. Brown, a 37-year veteran of Hormel Foods Corp.
As food industry lawsuits heat up, food manufacturers and marketers need to consider the words used to market their products.
The agency's number one goal is "efficient, science-based risk management"
Again this year, salt was slammed by both the USDA and the Center for Science in the Public Interest in reports that had all of the trappings of legitimate science, but little - if any - substance.
Sound preparation before a food illness outbreak ever happens will help minimize the outbreak and provide legal defense.
Existing requirements for functional foods meet a very high standard; any additional requirements would exceed FDAs statutory authority.
Sales and income figures from 2010 look promising, but 2011 brings new challenges for food & beverage processors
Contributor David TerMolen proposes California's upcoming food transparency measure is about increasing sales of organic food products at the expense of conventional foods.
Similar to 2012, the FDA will continue to evolve and enact the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Charm Sciences' ROSA (Rapid One Step Assay) aflatoxin test has received approval for screening 16 commodities from the USDA's Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration.
Irradiation may not eliminate food poisoning, but it would be a big step in the right direction.
The FDA in June released a software tool to help growers, packers, processors, manufacturers, warehousers, transporters and retailers in the food industry determine the vulnerability of individual food facilities to biological, chemical, or radiological attack.
DSM Food Specialties announces the creation of a North American technical Center of Excellence for the Savory Ingredients business unit in Belvidere, NJ.