It seems like everyone is watching what they’re eating, but when food labeling isn’t clear or consistent, it can be hard to tell what’s actually on your plate. What information do food labels have now, and what can we do to make food labeling more consistent?
It’s been a busy year, and not in a good way.
But it’s not goodbye—there is still much more work to be done in advancing food safety forward.
This powerful analytical technique offers the sensitivity and selectivity required to detect and identify pesticide residues at levels that often go beyond those mandated by regulatory authorities.
How X-ray inspection technology can help resolve problems with foreign material in food.
Filtration removes sediment, chemicals, minerals and organic matter, and can prevent contaminants from entering water.
High pressure processing is on the rise, as more companies turn to the method for food safety, shelf-life extension, clean labels and food waste reduction.
Food manufacturers are working to achieve labeling compliance by the August 30th deadline.
How ELM makes food labeling more efficient and accurate.
A whey powder supplier recall has led to several recalls of foods from Mondelēz Global, Pepperidge Farms, Flowers Foods and Pinnacle Foods that contain the whey powder ingredient.