Food Safety Applications

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Water disinfection for the food and beverage industry

by Pure Aqua, Inc.     based in Santa Ana, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Pure Aqua has a wide range of solutions for the varied sources of water and different types of contaminants. Pure Aqua understands the stringent potable water drinking regulations and has executed potable water projects exceeding the state requirements.  Components are specifically selected to meet NSF/ANSI 61 standard and we work closely with consultants to ensure project approval. 

Rapid Determination of Pesticides in Spinach

by Sigma-Aldrich Co., LLC     based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Highly pigmented foods, such as spinach, require cleanup prior to analysis for pesticide residues. A dual-layer SPE tube containing graphitized carbon and aminopropyl on silica (NH2) is often used because; Carbon removes pigments and sterols and NH2 removes fatty acids, polar pigments, organic acids, and sugars. Removing these matrix materials reduces interferences that can lead to ion suppression in LC-MS, inlet contamination in GC-MS, and column contamination for both techniques. Our Supel Sphere Carbon/NH2 SPE tube uses spherical materials for both the carbon and NH2 layers, providing fast, more consistent flows compared to tubes containing granular material. This allows gravity elution (instead of vacuum elution) to be applied to Supel Sphere tubes, resulting in more contact time between extracts and sorbents.

Pure drinking water solutions for organic food processing industry

by Pure & Secure, LLC.     based in Lincoln, NEBRASKA (USA)

You go all out to produce only the best culinary creations, so how pure is your water? Water purity can have a huge impact on the flavor, aroma, visual appearance, healthfulness and even shelf life of your foods. Many beverages such as coffee and teas can be up to 99% water, so is it any wonder that water purity makes it taste so much better? When made with our pure water, alcoholic drinks don’t have the oil slick floating on the surface. Sushi masters in Japan love how our water makes sushi rice ‘pop’ in their mouth. When you boil pasta you will notice the lack of foam in the water. Ice tea stays good for weeks instead of days. Soup not only tastes better, but it’s healthier because it’s free of the contaminants present in your tap water. This is how food is supposed to taste!

Dairy, Food & Beverage LIMS Services

by Autoscribe Informatics     based in Reading,, UNITED KINGDOM

Benefits: Adhere to compliance guidelines, improve efficiency and profitability. Analyse hazards, manage critical control points in production. Improve scheduling and planning of testing through automation. It has never been more critical to maintain quality standards and safety guidelines than in the modern food and beverages industry. With so many possibilities for incidents of food contamination, compliance with strict regulations is controlled demanded more now than ever.

Water treatment for meat processing

by Applied Oxidation LLC     based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA)

Water is one of the single biggest raw materials used in meat processing, and its quality is of great importance to prevent contamination of food product. The use of contaminated water in the processing plant can spread infection across the whole food batch. This is a cause of serious concern to the food industry, consumers and regulatory bodies, besides that, it causes financial losses and food scare. Chlorine dioxide, a very powerful biocide, has a number of advantages over other products commonly used in the meat processing industry. When properly applied, chlorine dioxide can act as a break in contamination thereby reducing/eliminating cross contamination as well as removing superficial microorganisms before they have an opportunity to become attached and penetrate the carcass.

Flow & Energy Management Solutions for food and beverage

by Spire Metering Technology     based in Marlborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

For food and beverage processing plants, engaging in blending and batching of foods and drinks where issues of hygiene and contamination are of major concern. Also good for measuring the raw materials used for production.

Environment health and safety software for the food & beverage industry

by Intelex Technologies Inc.     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Intelex has developed a series of software applications and systems which address the unique needs of the food and beverage industry and work to streamline the processes, procedures, regulatory standards and unique challenges that companies in the industry face. Using these tools, you will ensure that you produce the highest quality products possible for your customers while reducing risk and maintaining safe, environmentally responsible facilities.

A New GC-MS Method for Mycotoxin Analysis Using 13C-marked Mycotoxin Derivatives

by Sigma-Aldrich Co., LLC     based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Andreas Breidbach [1] and Wolfgang Brodacz [2,3,4] developed a new GC-MS method using fully 13C isotopelabelled analogues of T-2 toxin and HT-2 toxin that allows for the detection of these toxins at concentrations as low as 2–5 ppb.

Improved Resolution of Mycotoxins from Cereal

by Sigma-Aldrich Co., LLC     based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Mycotoxins are a diverse group comprised of hundreds of secondary metabolic products of various fungal species. Several show marked toxicity in humans. Contamination of the food supply with mycotoxins is increasingly prevalent, and can occur during growth, harvest, transportation, processing or storage. Techniques to reduce mycotoxin concentration after contamination are expensive, unreliable and sometimes reversible. Therefore, the removal of contaminated products from the food chain is a primary means of eliminating human exposure. The sensitive and accurate detection of very low levels of these compounds is critical to efforts to identify contaminated products. LC-MS/MS is a popular analytical technique for this purpose. This application explores using Ascentis® Express RP-Amide and Ascentis Express F5 HPLC columns to perform this analysis.

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