Bacteria

Damien Tuleu spoke to FQN at Analytica 2014

dispatches from Analytica 2014

Merck: Food industry wants rapid methods

By Joseph James Whitworth

The food industry is moving from traditional culture to rapid methods to release product faster to the market, according to Merck Millipore.

Shipwreck beer bacteria holds formulation promise - VTT

Shipwreck beer bacteria holds formulation promise - VTT

By Ben Bouckley

Finnish researchers say that lactic acid bacteria strains derived from a 19th century beer found in a shipwreck could potentially be used to modify the structure, taste, healthiness and safety of foods and beverages.

Probiotic academic: ‘Just add water to probiotic health claims’

Probiotic academic: ‘Just add water to probiotic health claims’

By Shane Starling

A leading probiotics researcher says the ongoing uncertainty about endpoints and biomarkers in European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) health claim evaluations, means the best chance for probiotic products to make claims is to combine them with nutrients...

Biofilm busting enzyme boosts plant hygiene

Biofilm busting enzyme boosts plant hygiene

By Rory Harrington

FoodProductionDaily.com caught up with Realco at the recent IPA trade show in Paris to discuss biofilms and the company’s breakthrough in tackling these slime layers that pose a constant contamination threat for food processors.

CO2 process could herald new dawn for heat sensitive liquids

Special Edition: Shelf Life

CO2 process could herald new dawn for heat sensitive liquids

By Jane Byrne

Carbon dioxide (CO2) under pressure could rise to the top in terms of alternatives to conventional heat treatments for liquids but must be used in unison with stress inducers such as modified atmosphere packaging and lower pH to render microbes ineffective...

Spotlight

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars

Featured Suppliers

All suppliers