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What's happening inside your body when you have food poisoning? A new study into Bacillus cereus has some clues
You know the symptoms well enough. The clammy chill that washes over your body, the clenching in your stomach and then, finally, the dash to the bathroom, possibly accompanied by a split-second decision about which part of your body to aim at the toilet first.
How next-generation sequencing will impact your food safety program
It is impossible to ignore next-generation sequencing (NGS) in the food industry. It is no longer just a buzzword – it’s changing food safety as we know it. By leveraging the power of NGS, food manufacturers and labs have built safer and less expensive food safety programs. But w
Nestlé to create research institute for sustainable packaging
Nestlé plans to address the issue of plastic waste and minimise the impact of packaging on the environment with a new research institute for packaging in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Why it’s critical for food companies to choose sustainable packaging
The U.S. is in the midst of an increasingly sophisticated and urgent conversation about environmental damage from single-use plastics and containers. Restaurant operators and food distributors, in particular, are thinking more about how sustainable packaging can help to address f
Trends In Food Packaging Drive Sustainable Business Mainstream
It’s hard to miss the growing conversation around single-use plastics in food packaging – you may have heard of The War on Straws, or seen reports on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Because sustainable, recyclable alternatives are needed more than ever, consumers are demanding b
Nando’s launches their own food ordering app
The app is designed and developed by VML and it offers customers the full Nando’s experience in the palm of their hand. Nando’s wanted their own app in order to provide their full menu, with all variations to all South Africans.
Bread delivery to continue amid strike
Cape Town – Premier, the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) manufacturer and owners of Blue Ribbon bread in Salt River, has assured customers that an ongoing strike will not affect operations and the distribution of its products.
Factory fingered as source of listeriosis outbreak to reopen
Tiger Brands was on Thursday given the green light by health authorities to reopen its polony-producing Polokwane plant, named as the source of the world’s most deadly listeriosis outbreak in March.
Sprouts or no sprouts? Tesco celebrates diversity with quality-focused Christmas ad
Britain’s largest supermarket wants the nation to know that however they do Christmas, whether it’s turkey, goose or vegan, Tesco has it covered.
Zimbabwe’s biggest flour miller National Foods to close down mills
ZIMBABWE – National Foods, Zimbabwe’s leading flour and food producer has announced that it plans to shut down its flour mills blamed on impeding foreign currency shortages in the country, according to ANA report.
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