Frozen food manufacturers in the UK have challenged a new UCL study for suggesting that eating frozen fruit and vegetables is not as beneficial as eating their fresh counterparts.
The study on fruit and veg consumption stated that eating five… Continue reading
A representative from Abacus Guardian recently visited a fishmonger to discuss their temperature controls.
They asked the fishmonger how he kept track of the temperature his stock was kept at, and was told that they had a system in place.… Continue reading
Speakers at the annual British Frozen Food Federation business conference have noted that the food industry must share information with its customers in order to win back consumer trust, following the horse meat scandal of 2013.
Key speakers included Dr… Continue reading
Data logging or monitoring, put simply, is the process of collecting, analysing and saving data.
Data logging is used in monitoring systems where it is impossible, or unproductive for a human to collect the information. The systems used are also… Continue reading
Research at the University of Warwick has shown a way of preserving blood for longer than the present limit of 42 days.
Currently, blood donations can only be refrigerated for 42 days at -20°c until passing its use-by date, as… Continue reading
Here are seven key ways in which you can ensure that food is stored safely in your food service establishment…
- Ensure that all food is stored in air tight containers, as once the food has contact with air it will… Continue reading
New data has shown that the market growth in the frozen food industry has outdone that of the wider retail market in the past twelve months. The data shows that sales of ice cream saw a 3.4% volume growth… Continue reading
Being prepared for the worst case scenario in a power cut can help you to maintain food safety, and prevent product wastage for your business. Making the right decisions before, during and after a loss of power is crucial to… Continue reading
One billion vaccines are administered in China in one year, with the fault rate at 2 million inoculations, meaning that over 1,000 of those vaccinations are either ineffective, have caused further symptoms, or in some cases have even caused paralysis.… Continue reading