Archive: October 2019

Horizon scanning:

Some of the information tweeted @BioCheckUK in October 2019:

  • Lynne Regent opens the Anaphylaxis Campaign Corporate conference
  • FSA: study green food contact materials
  • New Eurachem Guidance on planning and reporting Method Validation Studies
  • Legislation limiting the fight against dangerous pathogens
  • Rice ‘fingerprinting’ to fight fraud: ’20-50% of all premium rice is adulterated’
  • UK allergy-related food recalls may rise further after Natasha’s Law
  • New food allergen Reference Doses (thresholds) from VITAL available
  • Allergic reaction to tzatziki sees Ebbw Vale firm fined
  • Eating out, mindfulness and plant-based trends will dominate industry
  • EC extends whey protein isolate use in supplements and infant formulae
  • SOFHT Conference – Building an Allergen Safe Culture – 27 Feb 2020!
  • FSA downplays rise in reported food crime
  • On World Food Day: Not just hunger, adulteration too remains a serious issue in India
  • UK campaign raises concern over number of missed food inspections
  • ‘Act now on food safety’, out-of-home chains told
  • Could rapeseed protein be the new soy?
  • Going gluten-free offers no gut benefits for healthy people, study suggests
  • Peanut-allergy therapy ‘protection not a cure’
  • The Food Industry Guide to Allergen Management and Labelling for Australia & New Zealand

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