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In our March 2020 Newsletter on page 8 there was a call for new Centres of Expertise. Originally, the closing date for proforma applications was the end of March. In view of the disruption caused by the Covid-19 situation, the deadline for new appli…
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Mar 30
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New Food Magazine is pleased to announce that Food Integrity 2020 will now take place on 29-30 September 2020 at Twickenham Stadium, London, United Kingdom. The Conference had been due to take place 18-19 March, but was cancelled because of the Cori…
Mar 30
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Mar 25
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This is the first of a series of webinars, which will be held every Wednesday at 11am throughout April. These are an alternative to IFST's Spring Conference, which had to be cancelled because of Covid 19. Through these webinars, IFST will be showcas…
Mar 24
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A research paper has just been published outlining the true cost of illegal, unreported and unregulated fisheries around the world on 143 countries. The paper estimates that the annual magnitude of the unregulated, illicit trade in marine fish catch…
Mar 18
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Sugar adulteration using carbon isotope ratio analysis by mass spectrometry is well established, but it can only be used for C4 sugar (from cane or maize) adulteration. Although a method has been developed to determine C3 sugar (from beet, most frui…
Mar 15
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Mar 5
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Westminster Food & Nutrition Forum is organising this 1 day Seminar in Central London. Areas for discussion include:

Fairness and the future of regulation in the grocery supply chain;
Supply chain practices and supporting small stakeholders;
Progre…
Feb 27
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Feb 26
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The assessment of durum wheat geographical origin is an important and emerging challenge, due to the added value that a claim of origin could provide to the raw material itself, and subsequently to the final products (i.e. pasta). As an alternative…
Feb 25
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