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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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. ...

  • 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 ...

  • The role of quantitative risk assessment in the management of foodborne biological hazards

    Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) models have been used to assess the potential human exposure to, and assist in devising risk management strategies for, many foodborne hazards, including pathogenic bacteria, viruses and parasites. Mathematical models have played a vital role in the control and management of these microbes and have resulted in an increased understanding of their transmission and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • 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

  • The Effect Of Diversity In People`s Eating Habits

    The Effect Of Diversity In People's Eating Habits There are thousands of foods available on the market, with thousands of brands and hundreds of potential hazards in the food chain. Where do you start? People eat different things on different days, and different people have very different eating habits, not least during holiday seasons. This is natural variability in people's habits and has ...


    By Creme Global

  • Role of Public Parks/Gardens in attracting domestic tourists

    This is the ninth issue of TOURISMOS, starting its fifth year of publication (volume five). In the previous eight issues, our multidisciplinary journal aimed at justifying the rationale behind introducing yet another journal in tourism academic studies. Capitalising on this effort, we now focus on furthering our scope and consolidating our position in both conceptual developments and practical ...

  • The Real World

    The Real World Food Safety Assessment As outlined in our Ideal World Article, it is not feasible or even possible to have a complete food consumption data set which records every single ingredient or chemical. It is especially not possible to have an up-to-date one, since food consumption habits and compositions are changing constantly and food surveys are carried out infrequently due to ...


    By Creme Global

  • European Court of Justice Dismisses Case Regarding Confidential Treatment of Information Submitted to EFSA

    On June 3, 2015, the General Court of the European Court of Justice issued a ruling in Luxembourg Pamol (Cyprus) Ltd. and Luxembourg Industries ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • What’s the big deal about ion mobility mass spectrometry?

    Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) is a technique that differentiates ions based on their size, shape, charge, and mass. While often used in small, portable devices at airports and remote locations for rapidly detecting small molecules whose mobility is known (for example, certain narcotics and explosives) when coupled with liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC/MS), IMS provides an orthogonal ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry – Catch the Excitement!

    Interest in ion mobility mass spectrometry (IMS) technology is growing rapidly. The signs are everywhere. Since the year 2000, the number of abstracts submitted to ASMS mentioning ion mobility has grown more than 10-fold – from 30 to more than 350 in 2015. For most of that time, ion mobility has been available commercially in high-end research instruments or in homemade platforms. Waters ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • What`s in the Package?

    What's in the Package? Packaging Migrant Food Safety Assessment What exactly is in your food's packaging? Migrants from food contact materials, often referred to as indirect food additives, have been shown to be present at low concentrations in food. As these migrants are hazards, their presence in food needs to be regulated. The new EU super directive aims to regulate all substances that ...


    By Creme Global

  • What is HACCP?

    Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP, for short) is defined by the US Food and Drug Administration as a “management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to ...


    By 360training.com, 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

  • Progress in catering transport

    BVS Catering in Mannheim, Germany has introduced a new method for monitoring and documenting transport temperatures. Together with KELLER HCW GmbH, they have implemented a measurement system to meet the highest quality assurance standards. BVS Catering places high demands on their suppliers and the foods they purchase. In their logistics and hygiene practices, BVS aims to maintain an even higher ...


    By KELLER HCW GmbH

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