Abacus Guardian are proud to have been published in QuickBite Magazine this month. In the July issue, General Manager – Chris Ebsworth discusses the role of technology in safe food storage, explaining how Abacus Guardian can be used to ensure… Continue reading
A report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has called for better refrigeration in developing countries to reduce food wastage, relieve hunger and improve global food security.
This is a follow up to the institution’s last report which found that… Continue reading
The Scottish Salmon Company last month announced record sales for the first quarter of 2014, following an increase in exports and a deal to supply sushi restaurants and food shops. The company posted a 48% increase on their revenue figures… Continue reading
Whilst there is plenty of information about the temperature regulations in place for ensuring food safety, there are other ways in which you can prevent contamination and ill health. One of these ways is through storing food in the correct… Continue reading
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
The difference between best before and use by dates on food can often cause trouble when trying to stick to food regulations. So what distinguishes the two?
Use by dates
Use by dates are placed on food items that will… Continue reading
Grimsby based The Saucy Fish Co is set to launch across eight US states, through US supermarket chain Giant.
The fish and sauce convenience product will be available in 390 Giant-Carlisle and Giant-Landover stores from March 2014. The launch will… Continue reading