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This Year's IFST Spring Conference (SC20) is entitled ‘The Appliance of Food Science’ and will take place in Imperial College, Kensington, London on 1 April 2020. Throughout the one-day event, IFST will be showcasing the very best in food science an…
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Prof. Ellen Billett has posted the results of two small 'snapshot' studies in 2014 and 2019 on undeclared offal in mincemeat and burgers/kebabs etc. under the General Discussion tab on the website. These studies arose from the methods developed to d…
Feb 12
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The UK Code of Practic for Basmati Rice was revised in 2017 to include 26 new varieties of Basmati developed by Indian and Pakistani plant breeders. This study by Eurofins reports the analysis of the DNA fingerprints of these cultivars using authent…
Feb 10
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FIIN was established in 2015, in response to the Elliott Review on the horsemeat incident, with the aim of ensuring the integrity of food supply chains through the collection, analysis and sharing of intelligence. It has more than doubled its member…
Feb 1
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Tunisian company CHO, which is one of the largest olive oil producers in the southern Mediterranean has introduced blockchain technology to assure the integrity of its brand Terra Delyssa extra virgin olive oil. CHO is the latest major food company…
Jan 22
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This review provides general information about olive oil and the possible causes of adul­teration, mislabelling, counterfeiting, and fraud of the product. It reviews the possible adulterants in olive oil, the underly­ing causes of adulteration, and…
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Jan 13
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 This webinar run by Dr Werner Nader will focus on current and potential future MRLs (maximum residue limits) for pesticides in major markets like the EU, the USA, Saudi   Arabia and Australia/NZ,  on authenticity definitions for Basmati, Jasmine an…
Jan 7
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Two Long Island, New York, companies and their owners have pleaded guilty to mislabelling giant squid from Peru as octopus, which commands a higher retail price than squid. From 2011 to 2014, the defendants imported, processed, marketed, sold, and d…
Dec 19, 2019
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