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News of 17 September month year 2008
locating the line between green and greenwash
eu project to reduce biogenic amines in fermented foods
omega-3 in infant formula world first
fao director-general testifies before italian parliament
new dsm enzyme slashes emulsifier costs for bakers
fsanz considers reinstating erythrosine for icings
new study links bpa to heart disease and diabetes
low listeria levels in smoked fish due to controls, says spsg
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locating the line between green and greenwash

in the second in our special series on sustainability, foodnavigator considers how far a company should go in making green sourcing claims, if it is not able to ensure that every ingredient and production process is as green as can be. greenwashing has entered common parlance to describe environmental credentials highlighted for a company or product that are unfounded or irrelevant. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
eu project to reduce biogenic amines in fermented foods

the reduction or elimination of potentially toxic metabolites from fermented foods such as cheese and wine will lead to new formulations and starter cultures, if a new €3.4 million project delivers. the eu-funded project involves 16 partners from various universities, research institutes and industries, and aims to improve the quality of the fermented foods by reducing or eliminating their biogenic amine content. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
omega-3 in infant formula world first

friesland foods kievit has launched what it is calling a world first omega-3 (dha) and omega-6 (ara) encapsulated combination ingredient that can be incorporated into hypoallergenic infant formula. the dha (docosahexaenoic acid) and ara (arachinodonic acid)-based ingredient is free of proteins and other milk-based allergens that are common in infant formulas, and caters to the growing rate of hypoallergenicity among infants. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : Food And Health
fao director-general testifies before italian parliament

the way out of the global food crisis, which has plunged at least 75 million more humans into hunger and poverty, lies in increased agricultural production, fao director-general jacques diouf told italy’s parliament today. diouf was testifying before the foreign and agricultural committees of italy’s senate and chamber of deputies holding a joint hearing on the impact of higher food prices on food security. more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : food industries Economic
new dsm enzyme slashes emulsifier costs for bakers

in an exclusive interview with bakeryandsnacks.com, dsm food specialities launches panamore, a cost-busting enzyme preparation for bakers that stands to cut escalating emulsifier expenses in bread applications by as much as 70 per cent. panamore, an enzyme preparation borne from microbial fermentation, acts on polar lipids already present naturally in the wheat flour to "unlock and maximise their emulsification properties. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : Grains,Cereals And Oil Seeds a
fsanz considers reinstating erythrosine for icings

the australian and new zealand food safety regulator is mulling a part reversal of a 1990s restriction on the use of coal-based dye erythrosine, after receiving a petition for its use in colourings for bakery icings. erythrosine is a cherry pink dye that is presently allowed in australia, new zealand and the eu only in preserved cherries, such as maraschinos, up to a level of 200mg/kg. more

 Source : Food Ingredients Food Science - Additives, Flavours, Starch   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : Rest
new study links bpa to heart disease and diabetes

a new study on bisphenol a (bpa), a chemical compound used in plastic packaging for food and drinks, has found that higher concentrations of the chemical in urine were linked with heart disease, type 2 diabetes and liver enzyme abnormalities. bpa is used in certain packaging materials such as polycarbonates for baby food bottles. it is also used in epoxy resins for internal protective linings for canned food and metal lids. more

 Source : Food Safety, HACCP, Food Quality, Food Microbiology, Hygiene   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : Food And Health
low listeria levels in smoked fish due to controls, says spsg

the uk salmon processors and smokers group (spsg) said that the food standards agency (fsa) findings showing low levels of listeria in smoked fish in uk retail outlets is a result of their strict production controls. the uk's food safety regulator said that more than 3,000 samples of ready-to-eat hot and cold smoked fish were analysed to check for listeria monocytogenes , the main type of listeria that causes illness in humans, between july and november 2006 from over 1,000 retail outlets in the uk. more

 Source : Food Safety, HACCP, Food Quality, Food Microbiology, Hygiene   Date : 17 September 2008   Category : Food And Health
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