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Envisioning net-zero food systems

A new assessment [1] of over 60 scenarios based on current low-emission practices shows that realizing net-zero food systems will require widescale adoption of new technologies in the next two decades and changes in meat and dairy consumption. A more diverse set of practices and innovative research, including diet shifts and new-horizon technologies, will be […]


Innovations in Reb M sweetener production reduce environmental impact

Ingredion, a leading global ingredient solutions provider, has revealed the results of its most comprehensive environmental life cycle assessment of stevia, a natural sweetener and sugar substitute derived from the leaves of the plant species Stevia rebaudiana. The global study was conducted to better understand the sustainability of stevia across its product life cycle compared […]


Researchers develop more effective way to monitor milk production

Food safety starts with effective monitoring. For the milk production industry, that means carefully monitoring for contaminants at every stage of the supply chain – beginning with the farm and continuing until the product hits the supermarket shelf. Unfortunately, doing so is easier said than done.


Food safety concerns in the EU

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has just released their latest study findings regarding food safety across the European Union. It builds on previous similar surveys in 2010 and 2019. Specifically, the current Euro-barometer survey aims to gauge Europeans’ perceptions of and attitudes towards food safety by exploring various themes, such as their interest in […]


Overcoming clean-in-place challenges in hygienic applications

Hygienic applications are bound to the most stringent compliance regulations, a natural expectation considering the importance of maintaining a sanitary environment for processes involving food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Established by different regulatory agencies around the world – including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA); 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc., (3-A); and the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG) – these regulations have proven […]


Contract manufacturing by fluid bed and spouted bed technology: Which is better, continuous or batch process?

When running processes such as fluid bed and spouted bed drying, granulation, encapsulation and coating, which production management is most advantageous for contract manufacturers: continuous or batch mode? Gudrun Ding, Head of Business Development, Process Technology, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik provides an insight into their everyday practices and points out which mode of operation offers most benefits