food safety analysis Articles

  • Food safety issues in the irradiation of foods

    Food safety issues have become the most important focus in the field of nutrition today. After the discovery of X-rays and radioactivity, researchers found that exposure of foods to this radiation could kill some of the bacteria in it. Food irradiation is an additional method to increase the safety of foods. The objectives of this work are to study the safety aspects of the irradiation of foods, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • What is Probabilistic Food Safety Exposure

    What is Probabilistic Food Safety Exposure Assessment? There are a myriad of chemicals in food products consumed by populations. Each chemical in its own right may not be harmful to the population, but in combination with other chemicals, there may be risk of high levels of exposure to potentially harmful substances. An effective probabilistic exposure assessment needs to handle the ...


    By Creme Global

  • Survey of food safety behaviour in Nevada child caregivers

    We assessed the food safety practices of supervisors in Nevada childcare facilities. Although caregivers have a basic understanding of food safety, specific concerns exist, e.g. 32% of facilities indicated that they prepare food for others when experiencing diarrhoea and 51% indicated a little to no knowledge of hazard analysis and critical control point system guidelines. We found that people ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The Safety of Genetically Modified Foods Produced through Biotechnology

    Executive Summary The Society of Toxicology (SOT) is committed to protecting and enhancing human, animal, and environmental health through the sound application of the fundamental principles of the science of toxicology. It is with this goal in mind that the SOT defines here its current consensus position on the safety of foods produced through biotechnology ...


    By Oxford University Press

  • Analysis of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks for Improvement of Food Safety Programs in Seoul, Republic of Korea, from 2002 to 2006

    Foodborne disease (FBD) is a common food safety problem in Seoul, Republic of Korea. To identify target areas for improvement of the food safety programs, FBD outbreaks from 2002 to 2006 were analyzed with regard to facility, monthly occurrences, and causative agents. A total of 147 FBD outbreaks were reported, with an average of 29.4 FBD outbreaks per year and 49 cases per outbreak. Restaurants ...

  • News on Food 2013, Volume 1: Food Safety and Food Chemistry of Fat Matrices

    Analytical testing is used in the production of worldwide food supply from raw materials and ingredients, to finished and packaged goods. This testing primarily serves two purposes: to determine nutritional value and quality, and to guarantee safety. Sigma-Aldrich®, through its Supelco® and Fluka® brands, is very active in product development for food and beverage analysis. ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • Analysis of Pesticides in Foods Using Triple Quadrupole LC/MS/MS

    Pesticides are widely used in agricultural products to protect crops from insect infestation during cultivation and product transport. With the heightened concern for food safety, “Positive List System was introduced in Japan on May 29, 2006. These limits ban the sale of food containing pesticides that exceed specified concentrations to ensure the safety of food circulating in the market. ...

  • Food Safety Review in the State of Kuwait as a part of Arab Gulf Area

    The Food Safety Review (FSR) is a partnership between industry, government, academia, and the consumer. The reason for our review is to increase consistency among local health departments and their interpretations of the state food service rules. The mission of the FSR is to work in partnership with the Department of Health in developing advisory technical interpretations of the state food ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Mercury Analysis

    Characteristics of Mercury What is Mercury? Mercury is a naturally occurring silver-colored metallic element noted for its occurrence as a liquid at room temperature and toxic to living organisms. This silvery, opaque liquid metal is very dense, yet has a high surface tension that causes it to form tiny perfect spheres in the pores of the rocks it is found in. It is ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Transfer model of lead in soil‐carrot (Daucus carota L.) system and its food safety thresholds in soil

    Reliable empirical models describing lead (Pb) transfer in soil‐plant systems are needed to improve soil environmental quality standards. A greenhouse experiment was conducted to develop soil‐plant transfer models to predict Pb concentrations in carrot (Daucus carota L.). Soil thresholds for food safety were then derived inversely using the prediction model in view of the maximum allowable ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Sulfonamide artificial sweeteners in food products analysis of acesulfame, saccharin and cyclamate by HPLC with post-column derivatization

    Nonnutritive sweeteners are widely used in foods and beverages. Since some studies raised questions about long-term safety of these compounds, their concentration in food products is regulated. Among the artificial sweeteners used worldwide Saccharin and Cyclamate cause most controversy and their use is restricted in many countries, including the US. Liquid chromatography is a method of choice ...


    By Pickering Laboratories, Inc.

  • ISO/IEC 17020 accreditation of Gauteng Veterinary Services: a systems approach towards managing food safety in South Africa

    Consumers worldwide demand safe food that is produced in facilities that meet high quality and safety standards. There has been an evolution in legislative control regarding the safe processing of meat in South Africa. Legislation has been amended in order to strengthen government control of safe meat production. Abattoirs are legally compelled to implement the hygiene management system (HMS), a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Detection of allergens in processed foods: the next analytical challenge

    Those of us involved in the food allergen analytical community are constantly striving to improve allergen detection methods. One of the areas of focus in recent years has been to investigate how we can enhance the detection of allergens present in processed foods. The majority of the food and drink we consume has been processed or modified in some way, this processing brings about many benefits ...


    By Romer Labs Diagnostic GmbH

  • How FSMA Impacts Food and Beverage Manufacturers

    The food and beverage industry have evolved significantly over the past 10 years. The rules for the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) have changed food and beverage manufacturing by having companies focus on preventing their products from being contaminated rather than limiting the scope of contaminations. “FSMA is the largest overhaul of government regulations since the ...

  • Chemical Exposure from Imported Food Products

    Chemical Exposure from Imported Food Products Requirement for Routine Monitoring Due to the large quantities of food being imported by countries in today's global markets, routine monitoring of these imported products for chemical contaminants is essential to ensure compliance with chemical safety regulations. Chemicals that have long been removed from the supply chain for products and ...


    By Creme Global

  • Choosing the Right Vibratory Sifter for Sieving Food Powders

    Food and beverage manufacturers have to adhere to extremely high standards of production quality, both to meet their regulatory obligations and to manage risk when bringing a product to market. Sieving and sifting food powders is a critical step in the manufacturing of several products, one that is responsible for filtering out fine impurities that can ...


    By VibraScreener Inc.

  • Preferences and requirements for batch mixers used in the food industry

    In the food industry many end products are mixtures of solid substances. Examples of such products are dessert mixtures, sugar blends, instant drinks, dried soups and sauces, dietetic foods and spice mixtures. The great variety of constituents, such as milk powder, cream powder, sugar, cocoa, flour, vegetables, fungi, spices, fats (liquid and solid), places great demands on the batch ...


    By Gericke

  • Water vapour permeation testing of food packaging - Case Study

    Based in the UK, Campden BRI provide the food and drinks industry worldwide with the research, technical and advisory services essential to ensure product quality and safety, process efficiency and innovation. The research centre is a continuous source of knowledge for industry, meeting frequently with its thirteen member interest groups and associated industrial working parties. Contract ...


    By Systech Instruments Ltd

  • Environmental impact prediction of air quality in a food processing environment

    An impact study of food processing factory in Nigeria on air quality of its environment was studied using a factorial experiment. The effects of three primary air pollutants (by-products of the food processing): nitrogen (IV) oxide (NO2), carbon (IV) oxide (CO2) and sulphur (IV) oxide (SO2) on formation of acid rain also studied. These factors and their interactions in the predictive model showed ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Whats Cooking? From GM Food to Nanofood: Regulating Risk and Trade in Europe

    Abstract: Focusing on the interests of the end-consumer, and using the emergent 'nanofood' sector as the primary reference point, this paper provides a commentary on the efficacy of Community food safety law. Looking behind the public relations patter that peppers both industry and institutional commentaries, this investigation considers the particular challenges presented by food-related ...


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